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SGBG backtracks on appeal

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GUWAHATI, April 27 � Voluntary organisation Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) today made an appeal to the organisers of the May 3 anti-corruption rally of Anna Hazare in the city not to go for any confrontation or controversy on the issue of holding the rally at Judges� Field.

Informing that he has learnt it from the Kamrup (Metro) district authorities that permission to hold the meet at the Bharalumukh playground of the Sonaram Higher Secondary School has already been granted, SGBG president Dhiren Barua told this newspaper that the Judges� Field should not be stuck to by the organisers of the rally arrogantly.

If that be the case, Barua said, the issue of holding the rally at Judges� Field should not be taken as an issue of prestige by the organisers, he said.

The main issue is holding the May 3 meeting peacefully. The issue of the venue should not be allowed to spoil the anti-corruption sentiment of the masses of the people. The rally could be held either at the Sonaram Higher Secondary playground at Bharalumukh or at the Khanapara playground of the Veterinary College, Barua said.

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SGBG backtracks on appeal

GUWAHATI, April 27 � Voluntary organisation Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) today made an appeal to the organisers of the May 3 anti-corruption rally of Anna Hazare in the city not to go for any confrontation or controversy on the issue of holding the rally at Judges� Field.

Informing that he has learnt it from the Kamrup (Metro) district authorities that permission to hold the meet at the Bharalumukh playground of the Sonaram Higher Secondary School has already been granted, SGBG president Dhiren Barua told this newspaper that the Judges� Field should not be stuck to by the organisers of the rally arrogantly.

If that be the case, Barua said, the issue of holding the rally at Judges� Field should not be taken as an issue of prestige by the organisers, he said.

The main issue is holding the May 3 meeting peacefully. The issue of the venue should not be allowed to spoil the anti-corruption sentiment of the masses of the people. The rally could be held either at the Sonaram Higher Secondary playground at Bharalumukh or at the Khanapara playground of the Veterinary College, Barua said.

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