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HC indicts State Govt over artificial flood

By Law Reporter

GUWAHATI, Sept 13 � The Division Bench of the Gauhati High Court comprising Chief Justice Madan Bhimarao Lokura and Justice UB Saha today, after hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Laxmi Talukdar and others relating to artificial flood of Guwahati along with the problems faced by the citizens of Guwahati for non-disposal of garbage by GMC, etc., expressed its dissatisfaction over the State Government not taking any interest in solving these problems faced by the citizens of Guwahati.

After hearing the case, the court, inter alia, held that the State Government is not interested in solving the problems of Guwahati. However, on the request made by the Additional Advocate General KN Choudhury, the court allowed two week�s time for filing a due affidavit on the case.

Indranil Lahiri and Anzir Ali Mir, advocates appeared for the petitioners while the State Government was represented by KN Choudhury, Additional Advocate General before the court.

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HC indicts State Govt over artificial flood

GUWAHATI, Sept 13 � The Division Bench of the Gauhati High Court comprising Chief Justice Madan Bhimarao Lokura and Justice UB Saha today, after hearing a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Laxmi Talukdar and others relating to artificial flood of Guwahati along with the problems faced by the citizens of Guwahati for non-disposal of garbage by GMC, etc., expressed its dissatisfaction over the State Government not taking any interest in solving these problems faced by the citizens of Guwahati.

After hearing the case, the court, inter alia, held that the State Government is not interested in solving the problems of Guwahati. However, on the request made by the Additional Advocate General KN Choudhury, the court allowed two week�s time for filing a due affidavit on the case.

Indranil Lahiri and Anzir Ali Mir, advocates appeared for the petitioners while the State Government was represented by KN Choudhury, Additional Advocate General before the court.