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Crossover: Mass exodus from Banglaore, India

08-17-2012 22:56 BJT

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Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has told Indians from the northeastern states that the government will take all steps to provide them with security. Full Story>>

For more on the mass exodus from Banglaore, we’re joined by our correspondent, Shweta Bajaj, who is in New Delhi, India.

Q1. What’s the latest on Northeasterners living in other states in India, leaving cities in mass numbers... Have government assurances and the Prime Minister’s statement about them being as much a part of the nation as anyone else, helped?

Q2. Why did the situation reach this point.. how did the rumours start? And what is the government doing to normalise the situation?

Q3. What about the state of Assam.. What is the situation like there? Have there been any fresh incidences of violence in Assam or Bangalore or anywhere else?

Editor:Zhang Jianfeng |Source: CCTV.com

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