Assam Riots 2012: A saga of death and denial

Assam Riots 2012: A saga of death and denial

This is a guest post by a friend and well wisher of Centre Right India. The author can be found on Twitter as @vivekbabaji While Tarun Gogoi may dismiss that the entire state of Assam is not burning and only a few districts are it also goes on to highlight the […]


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