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Former MP demands permanent solution to Assam floods

Former Rajya Sabha MP and president of United Peoples Party-Liberal(UPPL) Urkhao Gwra  Brahma and ABSU president Promod Boro demanded permanent solution to the Assam floods that has been creatiing havoc among citizens in the state.   

Brahma demanded that Assam flood problem should be declared as national problem in the country as many lives loss in the recent floods in the state,apart from huge crops and properties are damaged due to the flash floods.

‘Both state and centre governments should come forward with stern measures to check flood related problems and issues in the state so that citizens should not face any hardships in their living’, Brahma said.

Boro urged the state government for necessary measures to check flood situations that arrisen in the state every year.

   On the Amarnath attack by militants’,Brahma condemned the attacked on pilgrims that created a sensation on Indian soil.He has urged the centre to take zero tolerance to the attacks innocent pilgrims in the country.

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