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Jodhpur: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday accused the Congress of causing trouble in all eight northeastern states during its rule and blamed its policies for the Manipur crisis. Sarma, who arrived in Jodhpur for the BJP’s Parivartan Sankalp Yatra, also questioned the Congress and the opposition INDIA bloc’s silence on the leaders of an alliancemember party’s remarks on Sanatan Dharma. He claimed the silence was an endorsement of the remarks. “When the Congress was in power, all 8 states of the northeast were disturbed. Today, there is peace in 7 states,” CM Sarma said.