Guwahati: History has repeated itself, this time in the Northeast, where citizens are taking to streets demanding preservation of another green corridor. Referring to the Sal Bagan area as the ‘pride’ of Dabaka in Assam, residents have rerun the ‘Chipko’ Andolan of the 1970s, where people had carried out a non-violent movement to protect trees in Uttarakhand.
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