By Press Trust of India: The Assam Human Rights Commission (AHRC) learned on Friday suo motu of the Here a water pipe burst in which a woman died and five people were injured.
The Commission ordered the Kamrup Metropolitan District Magistrate to conduct an investigation and submit a report to the AHRC as soon as possible, Commission member Satnau Bharali said in a press release.
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He noted that the actual cause of the pipeline burst in the Khargul area here on Thursday is unknown and all aspects associated with the incident must be looked into by the district judge.
The District Magistrate must record in the report the names and addresses of the deceased and the injured.
You must also include the names and addresses of the owners whose cars, homes, and business establishments were damaged in the incident.
The name and address of the company that carried out the work, the measures adopted by the administration to support and help the people affected, the damage caused to public property and if any complaint has been registered must also be included in the file. police about it. report, Bharali said. The jet of water also damaged several houses and vehicles.
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May 27, 2023