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GUWAHATI, March 1 - Senior journalist DN Chakravartty has extended full support to the present eviction policy of the State Government.

In a statement, Chakravartty said that encroachment has no moral, constitutional and legal sanction, and that those people who are actually landless and who have lost their land due to erosion by rivers or other natural calamities may seek government assistance for proper rehabilitation.

�But before getting any measure for rehabilitation, it is not administratively permissible or legally admissible for any person to encroach on government land whether grazing land, forest land or any other government land,� he said.

Criticising organisations which incite people to encroach on government land and take the law into their own hands, Chakravartty said that if such illegal activities were allowed, a time would come when there would be anarchy and complete lawlessness.

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Govt eviction policy hailed

GUWAHATI, March 1 - Senior journalist DN Chakravartty has extended full support to the present eviction policy of the State Government.

In a statement, Chakravartty said that encroachment has no moral, constitutional and legal sanction, and that those people who are actually landless and who have lost their land due to erosion by rivers or other natural calamities may seek government assistance for proper rehabilitation.

�But before getting any measure for rehabilitation, it is not administratively permissible or legally admissible for any person to encroach on government land whether grazing land, forest land or any other government land,� he said.

Criticising organisations which incite people to encroach on government land and take the law into their own hands, Chakravartty said that if such illegal activities were allowed, a time would come when there would be anarchy and complete lawlessness.