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Court order on Majuli protection

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GUWAHATI, May 31 � The Gauhati High Court has directed all the parties concerned and the members of the committee it constituted to examine the physical protection work of Majuli Island on February 24 last, to cooperate with each other in the larger interest of the cause of Majuli and to submit its report within three months.

This was informed by Manoj Kumar Bora, a resident of Majuli Island, who is the petitioner of the PIL (84/2010) filed on the issue of providing physical protection to Majuli. Bora was addressing a press conference here today.

The Court also directed the Deputy Commissioner and the Jorhat Superintendent of Police to ensure full cooperation to the members of the above committee headed by former Advocate General of the State KN Choudhury, to enable them to visit all the affected spots in and around Majuli and submit their report.

The Court has also permitted the counsel for the Brahmaputra Board to file all the reports so far submitted by the committee constituted by the Government of India way back in 2004 till today on the subject by the next date of hearing, Bora said.

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Court order on Majuli protection

GUWAHATI, May 31 � The Gauhati High Court has directed all the parties concerned and the members of the committee it constituted to examine the physical protection work of Majuli Island on February 24 last, to cooperate with each other in the larger interest of the cause of Majuli and to submit its report within three months.

This was informed by Manoj Kumar Bora, a resident of Majuli Island, who is the petitioner of the PIL (84/2010) filed on the issue of providing physical protection to Majuli. Bora was addressing a press conference here today.

The Court also directed the Deputy Commissioner and the Jorhat Superintendent of Police to ensure full cooperation to the members of the above committee headed by former Advocate General of the State KN Choudhury, to enable them to visit all the affected spots in and around Majuli and submit their report.

The Court has also permitted the counsel for the Brahmaputra Board to file all the reports so far submitted by the committee constituted by the Government of India way back in 2004 till today on the subject by the next date of hearing, Bora said.

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