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GUWAHATI, April 27 - A team of high officials led by Principal Secretary of Guwahati Development Department Maninder Singh today carried out a survey of flood-prone areas of Guwahati city.

According to an official statement, the team comprised Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup Metro Biswajit Pegu, Commissioner of Guwahati Municipal Corporation Debeswar Malakar, Chief Executive Officer of Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority Moloy Bora, the Chief Executive Officer of District Disaster Management Authority, the Circle Officer of Dispur and officials from DDMA, GMC, GMDA and NHAI.

The team surveyed areas like Khanapara, Juripar, VIP Road, Satgaon, Narangi, Bonda, etc., the statement added.

The Principal Secretary reviewed the flood mitigation works undertaken by various departments and also directed the departments concerned to carry out desiltation, excavation and cleaning activities of all the natural water channels in and around Guwahati, including major and internal drains around the city on a war-footing so that the artificial waterlogging problem of Guwahati city can be reduced to a large extent.

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High officials visit flood-prone areas

GUWAHATI, April 27 - A team of high officials led by Principal Secretary of Guwahati Development Department Maninder Singh today carried out a survey of flood-prone areas of Guwahati city.

According to an official statement, the team comprised Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup Metro Biswajit Pegu, Commissioner of Guwahati Municipal Corporation Debeswar Malakar, Chief Executive Officer of Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority Moloy Bora, the Chief Executive Officer of District Disaster Management Authority, the Circle Officer of Dispur and officials from DDMA, GMC, GMDA and NHAI.

The team surveyed areas like Khanapara, Juripar, VIP Road, Satgaon, Narangi, Bonda, etc., the statement added.

The Principal Secretary reviewed the flood mitigation works undertaken by various departments and also directed the departments concerned to carry out desiltation, excavation and cleaning activities of all the natural water channels in and around Guwahati, including major and internal drains around the city on a war-footing so that the artificial waterlogging problem of Guwahati city can be reduced to a large extent.

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