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AHRC notice to Sivasagar DC

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GUWAHATI, July 8 � A division bench of the Assam Human Rights Commission, comprising Chairperson Dr Justice Aftab H Saikia and member Tarun Phookan took suo moto cognizance of a report appearing in The Assam Tribune dated July 4, 2015 under the heading, �Displaced residents of erosion-hit Dikhowmukh lack basic amenities� revealing the woes of the displaced families taking shelter in Barpathar embankment and Garchiga Mathauri of Dikhowmukh in Sivasagar district.

In its order in AHRC Case No. 1334/15/15-16, the Commission issued notice to the Deputy Commissioner, Sivasagar, to cause an immediate on-the-spot enquiry to be conducted into the plight of those displaced families and submit report thereof, including the measure, if any, undertaken in the meantime from the end of the government so as to alleviate their difficulties within 30 days of receipt of the notice.

The news report done by The Assam Tribune�s Jorhat Correspondent Pankaj Borthakur highlighted how the displaced people were enduring a sub-human existence with insensitive government authorities completely ignoring the plight of the people, including children, women and the elderly.

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AHRC notice to Sivasagar DC

GUWAHATI, July 8 � A division bench of the Assam Human Rights Commission, comprising Chairperson Dr Justice Aftab H Saikia and member Tarun Phookan took suo moto cognizance of a report appearing in The Assam Tribune dated July 4, 2015 under the heading, �Displaced residents of erosion-hit Dikhowmukh lack basic amenities� revealing the woes of the displaced families taking shelter in Barpathar embankment and Garchiga Mathauri of Dikhowmukh in Sivasagar district.

In its order in AHRC Case No. 1334/15/15-16, the Commission issued notice to the Deputy Commissioner, Sivasagar, to cause an immediate on-the-spot enquiry to be conducted into the plight of those displaced families and submit report thereof, including the measure, if any, undertaken in the meantime from the end of the government so as to alleviate their difficulties within 30 days of receipt of the notice.

The news report done by The Assam Tribune�s Jorhat Correspondent Pankaj Borthakur highlighted how the displaced people were enduring a sub-human existence with insensitive government authorities completely ignoring the plight of the people, including children, women and the elderly.

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