The future of tea workers is questionable due to airport land.

Silchar MP Rajdeep Roy said that no one will be forced out of their Doloo tea estate . Roy said that it is only a land acquisition operation being carried out in the Barak Valley .

Guwahati: A greenfield airport that aims to convert Cachar into a travel hub for south Assam, as well as neighbouring Manipur and Mizoram may have a toll on the lives and livelihoods of tea plantations in the Barak Valley, which is thought to have reached its peak yielding tea garden area soon after the blossoming season of the prized first flush.In the last four to five days, the Doloo tea estate saw flag marches, before bulldozers took to the streets on Thursday.Silchar MP Rajdeep Roy took to social media on Saturday to assure that no one will be forced out of their Doloo, Moynargarh, or the Lalbagh divisions of the Doloo tea estate, which is a member of the Tea Association of India, on Saturday.There will be no job cuts.

This is not an eviction campaign.Roy said that it is only a land acquisition operation being carried out in the Barak Valley for a significant infrastructure project.Cachar DC, Keerthi Jalli, and SP, Ramandeep Kaur, were charged with misconduct in a fair manner.For flag marches outside the garden that opened the way to detention, the police and the administration were chastised.