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State govt to frame land policy soon

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, June 25 � The State government will soon adopt a land policy for the entire State, and a committee will be formed to frame the policy.

In an official statement, Chief Minister Traun Gogoi said that the government would soon frame a land policy for the State incorporating various issues relating to land settlement to landless people, poor marginalized sections, and those affected by flood and erosion.

�The government will take into account every aspect of the matter while framing the land policy. A committee will be constituted to go into the gamut of issues relating to the land policy for the entire State,� Gogoi said.

The Chief Minister categorically pointed out that the government had all along been working for the interest of the indigenous people, and for the poor and the marginalized. In this context, he said that the government would not allow any foreigners to acquire land patta at the expense of the indigenous populace.

Gogoi also dared MP and BJP national vice-president Bijoya Chakravorty to come with the list of �dubious citizens� who have been living in the nook and corners of Guwahati. He made it clear that the government would initiate prompt action in this regard.

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State govt to frame land policy soon

GUWAHATI, June 25 � The State government will soon adopt a land policy for the entire State, and a committee will be formed to frame the policy.

In an official statement, Chief Minister Traun Gogoi said that the government would soon frame a land policy for the State incorporating various issues relating to land settlement to landless people, poor marginalized sections, and those affected by flood and erosion.

�The government will take into account every aspect of the matter while framing the land policy. A committee will be constituted to go into the gamut of issues relating to the land policy for the entire State,� Gogoi said.

The Chief Minister categorically pointed out that the government had all along been working for the interest of the indigenous people, and for the poor and the marginalized. In this context, he said that the government would not allow any foreigners to acquire land patta at the expense of the indigenous populace.

Gogoi also dared MP and BJP national vice-president Bijoya Chakravorty to come with the list of �dubious citizens� who have been living in the nook and corners of Guwahati. He made it clear that the government would initiate prompt action in this regard.