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Govt criticised for ignoring plight of flood victims

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Aug 26 - The Coordination Committee Against Citizenship Amendment Act today alleged that the government has overlooked the plight of a large number of flood and erosion-affected people amid hectic preparations for the next Assembly elections.

�A large number of people, affected by this year�s devastating floods are yet to get suitable rehabilitation and compensation. The discontentment among the flood-affected has been reported from a number of places of the State. Most recently, in Simen Chapori of Dhemaji, an altercation was reported between police and flood-affected people,� the anti-CAA committee stated.

It further demanded of the State government to prepare a list of the genuine beneficiaries affected by flood and erosion and make arrangements for their suitable rehabilitation.

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Govt criticised for ignoring plight of flood victims

GUWAHATI, Aug 26 - The Coordination Committee Against Citizenship Amendment Act today alleged that the government has overlooked the plight of a large number of flood and erosion-affected people amid hectic preparations for the next Assembly elections.

�A large number of people, affected by this year�s devastating floods are yet to get suitable rehabilitation and compensation. The discontentment among the flood-affected has been reported from a number of places of the State. Most recently, in Simen Chapori of Dhemaji, an altercation was reported between police and flood-affected people,� the anti-CAA committee stated.

It further demanded of the State government to prepare a list of the genuine beneficiaries affected by flood and erosion and make arrangements for their suitable rehabilitation.

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