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Citizenship Amendment Bill: 3 AGP ministers resign from Assam govt, say can't go against interest of Assamese people

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Citizenship Amendment Bill: 3 AGP ministers resign from Assam govt, say can't go against interest of Assamese peopleThree Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) Ministers resigned from the Assam Cabinet Wednesday, two days after their party exited the government over the Citizenship Amendment Bill
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