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HAFLONG, July 6 - The Haflong Range Office of the Soil Conservation Department is in a shambles. This has been alleged by one of the muster roll employees of the office, who has not been paid his salary for the last 18 months.

The Haflong Range Office, located in the heart of the district headquarters town, has 15 employees on record.

Dibeswar Kachari, the muster roll employee of the Haflong Range Office of the Soil Conservation department, alleged that not only he is being deprived of his salary, but his service has also not been regularised during the last 28 years.

Kachari is the only employee who has been attending the office regularly without salary for the last 18 months.

Talking to this correspondent, his wife said they have stopped sending their children to schools and colleges due to financial constraints.

The wife of Kachari further alleged that the remaining 15 employees of the office have been getting their salaries without even attending the office for days.

She said the officials concerned of the Department have not regularised her husband�s service despite assurances due to reasons best known to them.

Meeting on road safety held: To discuss various road safety measures, the District Road Safety Committee of Dima Hasao, under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner Amitabh Rajkhowa, held a meeting at the DC�s Conference Hall on Thursday.

Various points were discussed in order to ensure that no life is lost or no untoward incidents occur on roads.

Measures to evade traffic congestion at points like schools, market areas, autorikshaw parking places, etc., were also discussed in the meeting.

The traffic control authorities ensured to implement the resolutions taken in the meeting in a joint effort by the Excise department and the district transport authority.

Resolutions were also taken to check drunken driving on roads to minimise road accidents.

Proper signages will be installed on the highways with clear indication of speed limit in certain areas of Dima Hasao district. Excessive speed has been the major cause of accidents on roads in the district.

The meeting was attended by Project Director, NHAI, Haflong, DSP (In-Charge) of Traffic and other officials concerned.

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Salary still elusive for Haflong soil conservation dept employee

HAFLONG, July 6 - The Haflong Range Office of the Soil Conservation Department is in a shambles. This has been alleged by one of the muster roll employees of the office, who has not been paid his salary for the last 18 months.

The Haflong Range Office, located in the heart of the district headquarters town, has 15 employees on record.

Dibeswar Kachari, the muster roll employee of the Haflong Range Office of the Soil Conservation department, alleged that not only he is being deprived of his salary, but his service has also not been regularised during the last 28 years.

Kachari is the only employee who has been attending the office regularly without salary for the last 18 months.

Talking to this correspondent, his wife said they have stopped sending their children to schools and colleges due to financial constraints.

The wife of Kachari further alleged that the remaining 15 employees of the office have been getting their salaries without even attending the office for days.

She said the officials concerned of the Department have not regularised her husband�s service despite assurances due to reasons best known to them.

Meeting on road safety held: To discuss various road safety measures, the District Road Safety Committee of Dima Hasao, under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner Amitabh Rajkhowa, held a meeting at the DC�s Conference Hall on Thursday.

Various points were discussed in order to ensure that no life is lost or no untoward incidents occur on roads.

Measures to evade traffic congestion at points like schools, market areas, autorikshaw parking places, etc., were also discussed in the meeting.

The traffic control authorities ensured to implement the resolutions taken in the meeting in a joint effort by the Excise department and the district transport authority.

Resolutions were also taken to check drunken driving on roads to minimise road accidents.

Proper signages will be installed on the highways with clear indication of speed limit in certain areas of Dima Hasao district. Excessive speed has been the major cause of accidents on roads in the district.

The meeting was attended by Project Director, NHAI, Haflong, DSP (In-Charge) of Traffic and other officials concerned.