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GUWAHATI, Jan 2 � Inmates of the refugee camps at Kachugaon High School and ME School complained before a delegation of the seven opposition parties that they are not provided with adequate food stuff and baby food. Both the relief camps together have 37,804 inmates.

This, they alleged before the delegation, has made them starve, while the babies are also facing serious problems due to lack of baby food.

The inmates also expressed their sense of insecurity and condemned the irresponsible role played by the Government in providing them security.

They also condemned the light comments of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on the supply of relief materials to the inmates of the camps, said an Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) press release here.

The delegation, led by the AGP, comprised senior AGP leaders Pabindra Deka, Bhupen Roy, Mukundaram Choudhury, Samajwadi Party�s H R A Choudhury, National Congress Party�s Ripunjoy Bora, CPI�s Bhogeswar Dutta, CPI-M�s Suprakash Talukdar and Monoranjan Talukdar, CPI-ML�s Pankaj Das, and Manteswar Rohang and UPF�s Suresh Saikia, among others.

The delegation also visited Raisonabari relief camp, among others, besides the Kachugaon relief camps, the press release said.

The seven opposition political parties would stage a sit-in demonstration at the Lakhidhar Bora Kshetra on January 3 in support of their demands for adequate relief, security and rehabilitation of those affected by terrorist violence on December 23 last, said the press release.

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Relief camp inmates allege food shortage

GUWAHATI, Jan 2 � Inmates of the refugee camps at Kachugaon High School and ME School complained before a delegation of the seven opposition parties that they are not provided with adequate food stuff and baby food. Both the relief camps together have 37,804 inmates.

This, they alleged before the delegation, has made them starve, while the babies are also facing serious problems due to lack of baby food.

The inmates also expressed their sense of insecurity and condemned the irresponsible role played by the Government in providing them security.

They also condemned the light comments of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on the supply of relief materials to the inmates of the camps, said an Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) press release here.

The delegation, led by the AGP, comprised senior AGP leaders Pabindra Deka, Bhupen Roy, Mukundaram Choudhury, Samajwadi Party�s H R A Choudhury, National Congress Party�s Ripunjoy Bora, CPI�s Bhogeswar Dutta, CPI-M�s Suprakash Talukdar and Monoranjan Talukdar, CPI-ML�s Pankaj Das, and Manteswar Rohang and UPF�s Suresh Saikia, among others.

The delegation also visited Raisonabari relief camp, among others, besides the Kachugaon relief camps, the press release said.

The seven opposition political parties would stage a sit-in demonstration at the Lakhidhar Bora Kshetra on January 3 in support of their demands for adequate relief, security and rehabilitation of those affected by terrorist violence on December 23 last, said the press release.