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Huge buildings under scanner

The ongoing drive to clear the encroached wetlands is likely to touch several high rise buildings in Guwahati in a day or two.

According to sources, if this drive is allowed to continue a 17-storied building owned by Himatsingka Group may be demolished at Pathorquarry.

Other under the scanner in Chachal include Ginger Hotel, Institute of Hotel Management, Catering Technology and Applied Nutrition, Hamja Properties are likely to be demolished. 

The possibility grips a day after the eviction officials demolished a part of the Hyundai shpwroom in Ganeshguri on Tuesday.

Talking to Assam Times, district administration said that the drive would continue till the city is not made encroachment.




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