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    Inter-District Travel Further Extended Till May 2 In Assam

    The government of Assam has extended the inter-district travel in the state till May 2nd, 2020 and people stranded in various parts of the state can still apply for permission for travel.

    Parliamentary Affairs Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary announced this while speaking to the media.

    Earlier, the inter-district window movement was extended till April 30th, 2020 but now it can be booked till May 2nd, 2020.

    Assam has reported a total of 35 positive cases of coronavirus in the state so far. As many as 27people have been cured, while one person has lost life due to the novel coronavirus infection.

    Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma also appealed to the landlords and owners of private hostels and PGs to provide concessions on humanitarian grounds while collecting rents from students, from tenants working in private companies and those who do not have a steady source of regular incomes.

    Further details to be updated

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