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GUWAHATI, May 15 � The 23rd annual general meeting of Early Birds, an NGO engaged in wildlife protection, was held at Nizarapar Primary School, Chandmari here recently.

Moloy Baruah presided over the meeting, while Gautam Choudhury submitted the activity report and Mridu Pallav Sarma presented the annual accounts.

The AGM resolved to request the Forest Department to carry out plantation to cover up the damage done by the construction of water storage tanks at different hills surrounding Guwahati. Along with road construction to the reservoirs, new encroachments had come up, whose eviction the meeting demanded.

The meeting also elected a new committee of office-bearers for the session 2014-15.

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Early Birds forms new committee

GUWAHATI, May 15 � The 23rd annual general meeting of Early Birds, an NGO engaged in wildlife protection, was held at Nizarapar Primary School, Chandmari here recently.

Moloy Baruah presided over the meeting, while Gautam Choudhury submitted the activity report and Mridu Pallav Sarma presented the annual accounts.

The AGM resolved to request the Forest Department to carry out plantation to cover up the damage done by the construction of water storage tanks at different hills surrounding Guwahati. Along with road construction to the reservoirs, new encroachments had come up, whose eviction the meeting demanded.

The meeting also elected a new committee of office-bearers for the session 2014-15.

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