Meghalaya CM to convene MDA Coordination Committee meet ahead of Union Home Minister's visit



Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad K. Sangma is likely to convene the meeting either of the MDA Coordination Committee or Cabinet ahead of the visit of the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah on January 23.

“We will discuss the issues to be raised before the Union Home Minister,” Deputy Chief Minister Tynsong informed.

When asked if the Government will convene an all party meeting since there is growing demand that all the 60 MLAs should unitedly voice for implementing ILP ahead of Shah’s visit, he said that the Chief Minister would be the best person to answer this question.

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It may be mentioned that Shah is likely to chair the plenary meeting of the North Eastern Council (NEC) to be held in Shillong on January 23.

Meghalaya Chief Minister had informed that he would take up the ILP issue before the Union Home minister during his visit to the State.

“So in case he (Amit Shah) comes here, we will meet here in Shillong itself but in case there is a change in his programme then I will make a tour to Delhi most likely before the 23rd of this month,” Sangma had stated.

(Edited by Christopher Gatphoh)