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Flood compensation inadequate: Akhil

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SILAPATHAR, Aug 31 � The general secretary of Krishak Mukti Sangram Samity, Akhil Gogoi, today criticised the Chief Minister for declaraing inadequate compensation for the flood-affected families of the State and families of those killed in the flood.

Attending a meeting at Sissiborgaon organised by Sissiborgaon Ban Saharjya Dabi Samiti, Akhil also demanded increase in the compensation for death of flood victims up to Rs 5 lakh instead of Rs 1 lakh, besides compensation for livestock, students� books, kuccha house and pucca house, etc.

Akhil visited the flood-affected areas and relief camps at Sissiborgaon. After visiting the areas, he expressed that the population have to face large-scale devastation in near future as soon as the proposed mega dams are completed in the hills of Arunachal Pradesh.

He also demanded reconstruction of the guide bund, and construction of embankment in a scientific manner. He also expressed grave concern over the district administration�s negligence towards the flood-affected families.

Akhil also visited the Simenchapri Rangpuri�s flood-hit families. More than 40 families of Rangpuri have been affected by flood and erosion by the Simen river.

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Flood compensation inadequate: Akhil

SILAPATHAR, Aug 31 � The general secretary of Krishak Mukti Sangram Samity, Akhil Gogoi, today criticised the Chief Minister for declaraing inadequate compensation for the flood-affected families of the State and families of those killed in the flood.

Attending a meeting at Sissiborgaon organised by Sissiborgaon Ban Saharjya Dabi Samiti, Akhil also demanded increase in the compensation for death of flood victims up to Rs 5 lakh instead of Rs 1 lakh, besides compensation for livestock, students� books, kuccha house and pucca house, etc.

Akhil visited the flood-affected areas and relief camps at Sissiborgaon. After visiting the areas, he expressed that the population have to face large-scale devastation in near future as soon as the proposed mega dams are completed in the hills of Arunachal Pradesh.

He also demanded reconstruction of the guide bund, and construction of embankment in a scientific manner. He also expressed grave concern over the district administration�s negligence towards the flood-affected families.

Akhil also visited the Simenchapri Rangpuri�s flood-hit families. More than 40 families of Rangpuri have been affected by flood and erosion by the Simen river.