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Gas emission sparks panic

Panic grips thousands of local residents in Tinsukia district after they came to notice high levels of gas emissions in water. The villagers in Hilikhaguri are scared of using the water from the hand pump to douse out the fires they use to cook food in their houses. This gas emissions spread beyond Deohall tea estate. The angry people in Hilikhaguri village blamed it all on Oil India for not paying any attention to the repeated complaints.

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