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Citizen Forum formed at Haflong


With the aim of tackling the water crisis at Haflong a committee is formed with Sri Rajesh Mahajan as Convenor and Sri Mugdhyajyoti Mahanta, SP, Dima Hasao as the Member Secretary while all the members present in the meeting represent ting the various parts of Greater Haflong area as the members.


In this connection a special meeting of all like minded citizens of Greater Haflong area was held at the Conference Hall of the Chief Executive Member, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council on April 12, at 3.30 PM to discuss issues and concerns relating to improvement of water supply in greater Haflong area.


The meeting was held with Sri Debojeet thaosen, CEM, DHAC in the chair while members representing various areas and Gaon Buras of greater Haflong attended the meeting. Sri Kalijay Sengyung, EM, i/c Education etc. Smt Ranu Langthasa, EM, i/c PHE etc. and Sri M. R Jaishi, Deputy Chairman, DHAC were also present in the meetings.


After the self introduction of all the members present in the meeting Sri Kulendra Daolagupu, MAC, DHAC explained in detail of the present situation of water supply including shortage of water in the sources, inadequate distribution system etc. He also disclosed the steps taken by the Dima Hasao Autonomous Council recently with the initiative of Hon’ble CEM, DHAC to ease the sufferings of the public. But for the long term solution Sri Daolagupu sought public’s suggestion to tackle the problems.


Sri Kalijay Sengyung, EM/DHAC suggested to form a committee comprising leading citizens of Greater Haflong area but not with any council members, which will motivate and bring public awareness regarding proper use of water.


All the members present in the forwarded their valuable suggestion and assured to extend their full cooperation to tackle the water crisis in Greater Haflong area.





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