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KALAIGAON, March 8 - Following the Silapathar incident where an unknown Bengali organisation ransacked the office of the All Assam Students� Union demanding Indian citizenship for Hindu Bengalis who came to Assam from Bangladesh after 1971, the civil administration of Bhergaon subdivision in Udalguri district arranged peace meetings in all the important places of the subdivision on March 7.

Peace meetings were arranged at the police stations of Kalaigaon, Tangla, Khoirabari, Paneri, Dimakuchi and Harisinga on the same day to create awareness among people so as to maintain peace and communal harmony in the district.

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Peace meets held

KALAIGAON, March 8 - Following the Silapathar incident where an unknown Bengali organisation ransacked the office of the All Assam Students� Union demanding Indian citizenship for Hindu Bengalis who came to Assam from Bangladesh after 1971, the civil administration of Bhergaon subdivision in Udalguri district arranged peace meetings in all the important places of the subdivision on March 7.

Peace meetings were arranged at the police stations of Kalaigaon, Tangla, Khoirabari, Paneri, Dimakuchi and Harisinga on the same day to create awareness among people so as to maintain peace and communal harmony in the district.