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Rongghar: ASI ready for legal action again ONGC

The Archeological Survey of India is all set to take Oil and Natural Gas Corporation to the court for the cracks at the historic Rongghar. According to information, the legal the ASI will finalise its legal proceedings in a day or two saying it’s nothing but the seismic survey carried out by a company deployed by the oil giant that results in the cracks. In yet another development, the All Assam Tai Ahom Atudents Students Union has called for ONGC bandh on Wednesday demanding an immediate halt of the survey in the area and also for adequate compensation for the loss.

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