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KMSS rally on land issue today

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, Oct 12 � The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) will hold a rally at the Sonaram Higher Secondary School playground here at 10 am tomorrow on the issue of land settlement rights of those who are living on the city forestland and wetland areas.

The KMSS said in a statement here that some issues still remain to be resolved in this respect in the negotiation between the KMSS and the State Government, even though some understandings have been arrived at on the issue of land settlement rights of those living in the other categories of land within the city.

The rally tomorrow will try to mobilize the support to the KMSS demand for a permanent settlement to the land settlement-related problem of the city and to the alternative land policy prepared by 150 development committees, said the Samiti.

Meanwhile, KMSS members held two-hour dharnas from 11 am today at the district headquarter towns of the State in support of their demands for a high-level enquiry into the Monday police firing at Besimari market in which four persons were killed and several others sustained injuries.

They also demanded steps to announce minimum support prices for jute and other agricultural produces.

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KMSS rally on land issue today

GUWAHATI, Oct 12 � The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) will hold a rally at the Sonaram Higher Secondary School playground here at 10 am tomorrow on the issue of land settlement rights of those who are living on the city forestland and wetland areas.

The KMSS said in a statement here that some issues still remain to be resolved in this respect in the negotiation between the KMSS and the State Government, even though some understandings have been arrived at on the issue of land settlement rights of those living in the other categories of land within the city.

The rally tomorrow will try to mobilize the support to the KMSS demand for a permanent settlement to the land settlement-related problem of the city and to the alternative land policy prepared by 150 development committees, said the Samiti.

Meanwhile, KMSS members held two-hour dharnas from 11 am today at the district headquarter towns of the State in support of their demands for a high-level enquiry into the Monday police firing at Besimari market in which four persons were killed and several others sustained injuries.

They also demanded steps to announce minimum support prices for jute and other agricultural produces.