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KMSS deadline for repair of dykes

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GUWAHATI, July 20 � The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) on Friday served an ultimatum to the Water Resources Department to repair the breaches in the embankments by July 31 warning that the department would face the angst of the common people getting ready for a vigorous agitation after the expiry of the deadline.

The department had assured the KMSS that 55 breaches would be repaired by July 15 after farmers and members of KMSS had gheraoed the office of the chief engineer of the department at Chandmari Colony here demanding immediate repair of the breaches.

Addressing media-persons here, general secretary of KMSS Akhil Gogoi alleged that the department has failed to keep its word and announced that an intensive agitation would be launched against the department.

�At many places work has not started and at places where work has started, there is not more than 60 per cent progress,� said Akhil citing documents provided by the department.

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KMSS deadline for repair of dykes

GUWAHATI, July 20 � The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) on Friday served an ultimatum to the Water Resources Department to repair the breaches in the embankments by July 31 warning that the department would face the angst of the common people getting ready for a vigorous agitation after the expiry of the deadline.

The department had assured the KMSS that 55 breaches would be repaired by July 15 after farmers and members of KMSS had gheraoed the office of the chief engineer of the department at Chandmari Colony here demanding immediate repair of the breaches.

Addressing media-persons here, general secretary of KMSS Akhil Gogoi alleged that the department has failed to keep its word and announced that an intensive agitation would be launched against the department.

�At many places work has not started and at places where work has started, there is not more than 60 per cent progress,� said Akhil citing documents provided by the department.

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