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Meet held for reopening of tea gardens in Udalguri

By Correspondent

UDALGURI, April 10 - Given the ongoing nationwide lockdown, an emergent meeting was held at the Deputy Commissioner office conference hall here with Prakash Ranjan Gharphaliya, Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district, in the chair.

The meeting was attended by PHE Minister Rihon Daimari, who is now the in-charge of Udalguri and Baksa districts for monitoring the overall situation, Amarjyoti Barman, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Ripul Das, Superintendent of Police of Udalguri district, senior managers of tea estates, representatives of Assam Tea Association and Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangathan (ACMS) and representatives of AASAA and ATTSA.

Daimari took stock of the overall situation and discussed the issue of reopening the tea estates in the district by following the guidelines of the government. After a threadbare discussion, it was resolved that the tea estates in Udalguri district would resume normal functioning under norms like social distancing, and the tea estates concerned would keep round-the-clock contact with the district administration.

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Meet held for reopening of tea gardens in Udalguri

UDALGURI, April 10 - Given the ongoing nationwide lockdown, an emergent meeting was held at the Deputy Commissioner office conference hall here with Prakash Ranjan Gharphaliya, Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district, in the chair.

The meeting was attended by PHE Minister Rihon Daimari, who is now the in-charge of Udalguri and Baksa districts for monitoring the overall situation, Amarjyoti Barman, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Ripul Das, Superintendent of Police of Udalguri district, senior managers of tea estates, representatives of Assam Tea Association and Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangathan (ACMS) and representatives of AASAA and ATTSA.

Daimari took stock of the overall situation and discussed the issue of reopening the tea estates in the district by following the guidelines of the government. After a threadbare discussion, it was resolved that the tea estates in Udalguri district would resume normal functioning under norms like social distancing, and the tea estates concerned would keep round-the-clock contact with the district administration.