Assam will rehabilitate 59 families outside the Indo-Bangla border fence.

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Assam will rehabilitate 59 families outside the Indo-Bangla border fence.

SILCHAR: Assam will rehabilitate 59 families living outside the fence along the Indo-Bangladesh international border in Karimganj district of South Assam. The state government officially starting procedures for their rehabilitation. ‘S life.
Sources said that the Karimganj district administration has issued a letter to the families to take their papers to the office of the deputy commissioner of Karimganj by July 30. According to the notice, the families had to report to the DC office by June 30. One month extension due to floods. The families have been living outside the border fence for decades, and they are Indians. They need permission from Border Security Force (BSF) personnel to enter Indian territory.
The family currently resides in Uttar Lafasail, 5km from the international border and 70km from Silchar. A total of 93 families lived outside the fence in the area, but 34 families moved elsewhere in search of a better life, excluding 59 families.
Another source said that Dr. Ariz Ahmed, Commissioner, Hills and Bark Valley Division. He had visited the Indo-Bangla border areas in Karimganj district about eight years ago and talked to people living outside the fence to find out their problems. Of was He assured the residents that their problem would be solved but the matter did not go ahead. Ahmed was later promoted to Principal Secretary (Department of Change and Development). Government of Assam visited the border area again about two months ago. After that, they went to Guwahati, after which the Assam government talked to the Karimganj district administration about Assam will rehabilitate 59 families.
Karimganj district shares a 93 km long border with Bangladesh. Apart from Uttar Lafasil, people from many areas including Gobindapur, Latukandi, Jarapata, Lafasail, Lamajuwar, Mahisashan, Kourbag, Deotali. Jobainpur have been living outside the border fence for decades.
It may be recalled that Gyanendra Dev Tripathi, a senior official of the Assam government. Government had held a meeting with representatives of various sections on the issue of rehabilitation last month. He said the issue would be resolved within this financial year and the government had two plans.

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