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Stalemate over payment of compensation to land owners resolved
 

Construction of 52 Trans-Arunachal National Highway

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Dibrugarh, Aug 3: The stalemate arising over payment of compensation to the owners of occupied government land  at Moran and Tingkhong Revenue Circle  since the last one decade, an issue which has not only stalled the construction work of 52 Trans-Arunachal National Highway at Tingkhong and Moran  Revenue Circles,  but has also witnessed a series of agitation, has at last been settled  following a prolonged initiation of Tingkhong MLA Bimal Bora, Moran MLA Chakradhar Gogoi  and Dibrugarh Deputy Commissioner Laya Madduri with the Union Government and the Sarbananda  Sonowal-led State Government. 

As a result, 433 land owners of the areas were awarded with Land Allotment Certificates  for the remaining government land  possessed by them,  besides getting zeerat for the land  already requisitioned by the State Government for construction of  the proposed National Highway. The Highway, MLA Bora said, once commissioned would help land connectivity between  Arunachal Pradesh with Assam  and fillip the economy of both the States.

 In a public meeting held at Sri Sri Juria Aithan public auditorium at Tingkhong  on August 1, the allotment letters of land were formally handed over to  433 affected families. The Circle Officers of Tingkhong  and Moran, Nandita Barua and Bitupan Neog  respectively, also graced the function  as chief guests.

Local MLA Bimal Bora,  while addressing the  recipients of land allotment certificates, lot mandals, gaon buras (village head) of Tingkhong and Moran areas and local populace, spoke  how he, Moran MLA Chakradhar Gogoi and  Lahowal MLA  Rituparna Barua  had convinced the  Union and State governments  for reconsidering the existing rate of  zeerat properties of requisitioned  land  and  how a ticklish issue  was settled after prolonged discussion on all legal points of view  with the Chief Minister, Sarbananda Sonowal and Senior Revenue officials of  both Union and State governments. He expressed his satisfaction over the way both circle officers of Moran and Tingkhong Revenue Circle,  at the initiative of the Deputy Commissioner of Dibrugarh, Laya Madduri, had finalize  land allotment process in a record period. He called upon all to keep a strict vigil on the construction work of the National Highway and extend all cooperation with the construction agencies so that they could complete the road on time.

Moran MLA Chakradhar Gogoi also spoke on the occasion. He felt that the local inhabitants of these areas under Moran and Tingkhong Revenue Circle would be immensely benefitted, once the highway is completed.

The meeting, anchored by coordinator of media cell of the BJP, Bishnu  Konch, was also addressed by Nandita Thakur and Bitupan Neog, Circle Officers of Tingkhong and Moran Revenue Circles respectively.

Later while talking with this reporter at Tingkhong, MLA Bora disclosed that all total 300 villages would be electrified by  Assam Power Distribution Company Limited (APDCL) under the Deen Dayal Uppadhaya Gramin Baidutik Yojona within the current financial year. Bora further stated that the APDCL had already completed laying of wire and other infrastructure development work in 99 villages of his constituency of which 43 villages were provided with power connection. The rest villages of the constituency would be brought under the said scheme soon, Bora added. After formal inauguration, MLA Bora offered his thanks to APDCL CEO, Jogesh Sarma, AGM, Rajib Cheleng, SDE, Chikun Hazarika , AGM, Bimal Paul, Leela Changmai and all staff who completed the assigned task within a record time.

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