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Relief material distributed

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Jan 7 � A delegation from North Eastern Economical Development Society (NEEDS) ked by Amardeep Pal yesterday visited a camp at Lamabari tea estate under Majbat police station of Udalguri district inhabited by people displaced after the recent killings by NDFB(S) terrorists.

The team distributed blankets, rice, lentils, potatoes, biscuits and other essential items among the camp inmates consisting of over 300 families who have fled their homes after the recent killings.

Pal and the team from NEEDS later urged the government to provide a special package for the rehabilitation of the displaced families and said that adequate steps should be taken to provide them with security.

Meanwhile, a delegation of Wholesale General Merchants Association (WGMA) of the city comprising its office-bearers and 24 other members, visited Hatijuli and Shansi Borgong villages in Batashipur under Dhekiajulli subdivision in Sonitpur district and met abbut 2790 aggrieved persons belonging to 280 families who have been hit by the recent militant violence, a press release said.

The team also visited Goghra Kachari village where 300 persons belonging to 50 families have been affected.

The team distributed tin sheets to 15 families whose houses have fen torched and also distributed steel and aluminium utensil sets among those families. Among the rest of the people, the team distributed a truckload of biscuits, milk and chira-gur, etc.

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