Assam: AAMSU demands proper rehabilitation of evicted villagers of Garukhuti and Nakhuti

Assam: AAMSU calls for correct rehabilitation of evicted villagers of Garukhuti and Nakhuti

Udalguri: The All Assam Minorities College students’ Union (AAMSU) submitted a memorandum to Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma demanding correct rehabilitation of the evicted villagers of Garukhuti village of Darrang district and the Nakhuti space of Lumding.

The memorandum asserted that greater than 2050 households had been evicted from Garukhuti village out of which 425 households had been supplied with land nevertheless they’re disadvantaged of primary facilities of potable consuming water, sanitation and medical services.

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The coed’s physique additional urged to take into plea the situation of evicted villagers of Nakhuti, Lumding who’re residing inhumane situations in makeshift shelter camps. 

The memorandum additionally exhorted the federal government to consider the need of the landless individuals who have misplaced land attributable to river erosion and communal riots. 

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It additionally highlighted the problems of value rise of important commodities, and switch proposals of lecturers from char areas amongst others.