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AJYCP workers gherao MLAs� residences

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DOOMDOOMA, Sept 26 - The workers of the Tinsukia district committee of the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) on Friday gheraoed the residences of six MLAs of the district demanding immediate steps to check the erosion of the rivers Brahmaputra and Noa-Dihing at Hatighuli and Dirak-Sumoni in Tinsukia district. The AJYCP activists gheraoed the residence of the Doomdooma MLA, Dilip Moran, and later submitted a memorandum to him.

They also staged a three-hour dharna at the office of the circle officer of Doomdooma Revenue Circle on September 21 protesting against the Government inaction to check flood and erosion problems. Later, the protestors sent separate memorandums to the Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi, local MP and Central Minister, Sarbananda Sonowal, and the Deputy Commissioner of Tinsukia district through the revenue circle officer of Doomdooma.

It can be mentioned here that the erosion of the Brahmaputra river at Hatighuli and the Noa-Dihing river at Dirak-Sumoni have taken serious turn and at any moment both the rivers may change their courses.

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AJYCP workers gherao MLAs� residences

DOOMDOOMA, Sept 26 - The workers of the Tinsukia district committee of the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) on Friday gheraoed the residences of six MLAs of the district demanding immediate steps to check the erosion of the rivers Brahmaputra and Noa-Dihing at Hatighuli and Dirak-Sumoni in Tinsukia district. The AJYCP activists gheraoed the residence of the Doomdooma MLA, Dilip Moran, and later submitted a memorandum to him.

They also staged a three-hour dharna at the office of the circle officer of Doomdooma Revenue Circle on September 21 protesting against the Government inaction to check flood and erosion problems. Later, the protestors sent separate memorandums to the Chief Minister, Tarun Gogoi, local MP and Central Minister, Sarbananda Sonowal, and the Deputy Commissioner of Tinsukia district through the revenue circle officer of Doomdooma.

It can be mentioned here that the erosion of the Brahmaputra river at Hatighuli and the Noa-Dihing river at Dirak-Sumoni have taken serious turn and at any moment both the rivers may change their courses.

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