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Land rights: Govt panel to interact with stakeholders

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GUWAHATI, April 18 - The committee formed by the State Government for suggesting measures for ensuring protection of land rights of indigenous people of Assam will visit various districts of Upper Assam, Central Assam and the North Bank later this month to interact with various stakeholders.

As part of the field visit programme, the committee members will hold meetings with the stakeholders in the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner�s office of Tinsukia on April 24, Dibrugarh and Sivasagar districts on April 25, Jorhat and Majuli on April 26, Dhemaji and Lakhimpur on April 27, Sonitpur on April 28 and Nagaon and Morigaon districts on April 29. The stakeholders include citizens, government gaonburhas, mouzadars, MPs, MLAs, and social workers.

The government had on February 6 constituted a committee under the chairmanship of Hari Sankar Brahma, former Chief Election Commissioner of India, for suggesting measures, including modification in the Assam Land and Revenue Regulation, 1886, other land laws, government circulars issued from time to time, and the land policy of the State, for ensuring protection of land rights of the indigenous people of Assam.

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Land rights: Govt panel to interact with stakeholders

GUWAHATI, April 18 - The committee formed by the State Government for suggesting measures for ensuring protection of land rights of indigenous people of Assam will visit various districts of Upper Assam, Central Assam and the North Bank later this month to interact with various stakeholders.

As part of the field visit programme, the committee members will hold meetings with the stakeholders in the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner�s office of Tinsukia on April 24, Dibrugarh and Sivasagar districts on April 25, Jorhat and Majuli on April 26, Dhemaji and Lakhimpur on April 27, Sonitpur on April 28 and Nagaon and Morigaon districts on April 29. The stakeholders include citizens, government gaonburhas, mouzadars, MPs, MLAs, and social workers.

The government had on February 6 constituted a committee under the chairmanship of Hari Sankar Brahma, former Chief Election Commissioner of India, for suggesting measures, including modification in the Assam Land and Revenue Regulation, 1886, other land laws, government circulars issued from time to time, and the land policy of the State, for ensuring protection of land rights of the indigenous people of Assam.

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