Skip to contentSkip to navigation

Leave hills areas immediately

The Kamrup metro district administration has asked all illegal settlers in the hills areas to immediately leave their places to get rid of the recurring landslide problems where 4 people were killed on Friday wee hours.

The decision was taken after the Kamrup metro district administration held a meeting with chief minister Tarun Gogoi on Sunday evening.

The  district administration has already identified 376 vulnerable areas in the hills areas in Guwahati. If ned be, the chief minister has asked the district administration to set up refugee camps.

Author info

AT News's picture

Assam Times Staff
Tags: 

Add new comment

Republish

Republish this content

Random Stories

Prof Rabin Dev Choudhury to attend GPC program

21 May 2017 - 2:38pm | AT News Guwahati
One of the pioneer art historian & curators of our time, Prof Rabin Dev Choudhury will attend the next ‘Guest of the Month’ program tomorrow (22 May 2017) at Guwahati Press Club. The interactive...

Namami opens with Mukharjee’s appeal

31 Mar 2017 - 6:44pm | AT News
Amid much fanfare and cultural extravaganza, President Pranab Mukherjee opened the Namami Brahmaputra festival at a glittering function on the mighty river bank in Guwahati on Friday conveying an...

Paralyzing bandh

3 Jul 2017 - 7:14pm | AT News
A 12 hour statewide Assam bandh hit normal life across the north eastern state on Monday. Called by six ethic groups reiterating the demand for scheduled tribe (ST) status the bandh was marked...