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Raising her voice, the prime minister said she would use all the power at her command to put down this movement no matter the cost.

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September 15, 2016 12:15:19 am

Prime Minister Indira Gandhi has issued a stern warning to the separatists of Tamil Nadu that the Centre would put down their movement with all the power at its command and at any cost. “Though some opposition leaders have denied that they are still preaching separatism,” Mrs Gandhi told a mammoth meeting in Nagercoil, “we have information that the campaign is still on.” Raising her voice, the prime minister said she would use all the power at her command to put down this movement no matter the cost. Mrs Gandhi described the demands of state autonomy and regionalism as hollow slogans.

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First published on: 15-09-2016 at 12:15:19 am
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