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Protected area in Guwahati

The Kamrup Magistrate (Metro) declares the schedule area, as mentioned below, as protected area with effect from November 5 with a view to regulate entry of unauthorised persons into the area.

According to information, no person or group of persons, except the bonafide residents and public servants of Assam Civil Secretariat and other offices attached there with or without arms, ammunitions, explosives substances will be allowed to enter or stay in or pass over or loiter without prior permission from the District Magistrate, Kamrup (Metro), Superintendent of City Police or Secretary, Assam Legislative Assembly.

The schedule area is East – from the point of the office of the Assam Tea Auction Center along with right side of the GS Road from Ganeshguri Chariali side; West – from the connecting point of Basistha road near north of the Dispur PS to the Last Gate point behind the MLA Hostel; North – the bye lane from the point on the GS Road near the Assam Tea Auction Center to the junction of the Basistha Road near north of the Dispur PS; South – right hand side of the 60-feed wide road connecting the GS Road and Basistha Road, the release added.
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