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AASAA demands probe into �irregularities�

By Staff Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, May 30 - The district unit of All Adivasi Students� Association of Assam (AASAA) urged Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to initiate action against all those persons involved in siphoning off compensation amounting to several lakhs of rupees pertaining to the land acquisition for the four-laning of the National Highway 37 near Moran in the district.

The students� organisation said that all the guilty, including Government employees and officers, must be arrested immediately. The AASAA has said that several land owners, mostly farmers and daily wage earners, have been tricked by local leaders and Government employees.

The Adivasi students� organisation, who staged demonstration at Chowkidinghee here today, said that the Government employees must be dismissed from their service. They urged the Chief Minister to enquire into the alleged irregularities.

The organisation also urged the Government to immediately release all the pending compensation to all the acquisition-affected land owners.

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AASAA demands probe into �irregularities�

DIBRUGARH, May 30 - The district unit of All Adivasi Students� Association of Assam (AASAA) urged Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to initiate action against all those persons involved in siphoning off compensation amounting to several lakhs of rupees pertaining to the land acquisition for the four-laning of the National Highway 37 near Moran in the district.

The students� organisation said that all the guilty, including Government employees and officers, must be arrested immediately. The AASAA has said that several land owners, mostly farmers and daily wage earners, have been tricked by local leaders and Government employees.

The Adivasi students� organisation, who staged demonstration at Chowkidinghee here today, said that the Government employees must be dismissed from their service. They urged the Chief Minister to enquire into the alleged irregularities.

The organisation also urged the Government to immediately release all the pending compensation to all the acquisition-affected land owners.