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Beware illegal settlers

Caught in a barrage of criticism for rain water havoc in Guwahati , Chief minister Tarun Gogoi has asked the Kamrup metro district administration to launch eviction drive against encroachments in the wetlands and hills areas in the city.

Chairing a meeting of the Kamrup metro district administration officials on Sunday evening he said that the hills and wetlands must be cleared of encroachment as soon as possible.

After the meeting the authorties agreed to launch an eviction drive on Monday morning.       

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