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Dist admin suspends Lot Mandals

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GUWAHATI, April 1 � Taking serious note of encroachment and illegal earth filling around Deepor Beel and failure of the local officials to prevent such activities, the Kamrup Metro district administration today suspended the Lot Mandals of Guwahati and Azara revenue circles.

Senior officials said Rajesh Roy, Lot Mandal of Azara Circle, and Narayan Medhi, Lot Mandal of Guwahati Circle, were suspended for failure to report incidents of encroachment and earth filling in the vicinity of the water-body.

It is noteworthy that the administration started a massive eviction drive around Deepor Beel and in the vicinity of the Pamohi River yesterday and over 100 bighas of land has been freed from encroachment so far.

Officials also said that seven elephant corridors, which had been blocked due to encroachment, have been demolished and the corridors opened up.

�The DFO of Kamrup has been directed to seize the boulders used for blocking the corridors and auction these,� said an official.

In the meantime, all blasting permission at Garbhanga given by the district administration during the recent months, have also been cancelled.

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Dist admin suspends Lot Mandals

GUWAHATI, April 1 � Taking serious note of encroachment and illegal earth filling around Deepor Beel and failure of the local officials to prevent such activities, the Kamrup Metro district administration today suspended the Lot Mandals of Guwahati and Azara revenue circles.

Senior officials said Rajesh Roy, Lot Mandal of Azara Circle, and Narayan Medhi, Lot Mandal of Guwahati Circle, were suspended for failure to report incidents of encroachment and earth filling in the vicinity of the water-body.

It is noteworthy that the administration started a massive eviction drive around Deepor Beel and in the vicinity of the Pamohi River yesterday and over 100 bighas of land has been freed from encroachment so far.

Officials also said that seven elephant corridors, which had been blocked due to encroachment, have been demolished and the corridors opened up.

�The DFO of Kamrup has been directed to seize the boulders used for blocking the corridors and auction these,� said an official.

In the meantime, all blasting permission at Garbhanga given by the district administration during the recent months, have also been cancelled.