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Dist admin�s eviction move hailed

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GUWAHATI, June 6 - While welcoming the district administration�s move to evict encroachers from the footpaths of the GS Road, NGO Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) has asked the authorities to chalk out a comprehensive plan to clear the footpaths of the entire city along with steps to rehabilitate the vendors in specific zones.

SGBG president Krishna K Barooah and secretary Satyen Doley said that along with the petty traders encroaching on the footpaths, the absence of a clear-cut government policy related to the specific vending zones is equally responsible for the rampant encroachment on footpaths along all the arterial roads of Guwahati.

�Other than the GS Road, other arteries like the GNB Road, Kachari Basti Road, Maligaon-Pandu Road, Ramkrishna Mission Road, Banikanta Kakati Road, the road in front of the Cotton College and also the Beltola Market area are facing the same problem of encroachment, which calls for immediate steps from the authorities,� the SGBG stated.

The NGO also urged the authorities to complete the work of reconstructing the markets under the GMC so that the traders can be rehabilitated in a planned manner.

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Dist admin�s eviction move hailed

GUWAHATI, June 6 - While welcoming the district administration�s move to evict encroachers from the footpaths of the GS Road, NGO Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) has asked the authorities to chalk out a comprehensive plan to clear the footpaths of the entire city along with steps to rehabilitate the vendors in specific zones.

SGBG president Krishna K Barooah and secretary Satyen Doley said that along with the petty traders encroaching on the footpaths, the absence of a clear-cut government policy related to the specific vending zones is equally responsible for the rampant encroachment on footpaths along all the arterial roads of Guwahati.

�Other than the GS Road, other arteries like the GNB Road, Kachari Basti Road, Maligaon-Pandu Road, Ramkrishna Mission Road, Banikanta Kakati Road, the road in front of the Cotton College and also the Beltola Market area are facing the same problem of encroachment, which calls for immediate steps from the authorities,� the SGBG stated.

The NGO also urged the authorities to complete the work of reconstructing the markets under the GMC so that the traders can be rehabilitated in a planned manner.