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Pul appeals for peace along State border

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ITANAGAR, May 20 - Arunachal Chief Minister Kalikho Pul today appealed to the people to maintain the age-old relationship of peace, harmony and cooperation among the people living along the inter-State boundary.

�People of Assam and Arunachal have a strong bond of human relationships and cultural affinity that has been nourished together for centuries,� said the Chief Minister and appealed to the people of both the States that �we should not let this bond to be shaken by divisive forces�.

He said, it is very unfortunate to see some organisations with vested interest are trying to disrupt the age-old relationship of the people of both the States by misguiding the general people and trying to create unwanted situation along the Assam-Arunachal border.

Vehemently condemning the alleged circulation of such nuisance through some social and regional media, the Chief Minister said that his government would not tolerate such disgruntled elements and would strongly deal with them.

He disclosed that the government is conducting an enquiry into the matter and said those found guilty would be punished under appropriate sections of law.

The CM called upon the people of both the States �not to allow such elements to grow and create misunderstanding among us�.

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Pul appeals for peace along State border

ITANAGAR, May 20 - Arunachal Chief Minister Kalikho Pul today appealed to the people to maintain the age-old relationship of peace, harmony and cooperation among the people living along the inter-State boundary.

�People of Assam and Arunachal have a strong bond of human relationships and cultural affinity that has been nourished together for centuries,� said the Chief Minister and appealed to the people of both the States that �we should not let this bond to be shaken by divisive forces�.

He said, it is very unfortunate to see some organisations with vested interest are trying to disrupt the age-old relationship of the people of both the States by misguiding the general people and trying to create unwanted situation along the Assam-Arunachal border.

Vehemently condemning the alleged circulation of such nuisance through some social and regional media, the Chief Minister said that his government would not tolerate such disgruntled elements and would strongly deal with them.

He disclosed that the government is conducting an enquiry into the matter and said those found guilty would be punished under appropriate sections of law.

The CM called upon the people of both the States �not to allow such elements to grow and create misunderstanding among us�.

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