Guwahati: Union House Minister Amit Shah has guaranteed that he will do whatever possible to make sure that the culture, identity and language of individuals of Meghalaya and the North East is protected at all costs.Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma and Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong today called on Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi. Chief Minister revealed that the Union House Minister offered a client hearing to the problems and issues brought forward by him and the Deputy CM.”Conversations on the concerns around the Meghalaya Residents’ Safety and Security Act (MRSSA) were used up to which the Hon’ble Home Minister suggested that the State Federal government and officials of MHA should even more talk about the issues of MRSSA and prompted them to discover a friendly way forward for the exact same,” said Chief Minister in a video message released by the CMO.The Chief Minister advised Amit Shah about the companies from Meghalaya who wished to satisfy him throughout his current visit to Shillong however were unable to do so due to time restraint.”House Minister had actually recommended that they need to concern the Parliament to go over the same. In the meantime, HM had actually chosen to make a two-day visit to Shillong to talk about on the revamping of the NEC and has actually suggested that he will make time to fulfill the organisations during his two-day remain in Shillong which will happen in the month of March, 2021,” the Chief Minister included.
In the meeting, Amit Shah likewise raised the problem of seepage, which the Chief Minister stated, “(seepage) is a concern of issue not just in Meghalaya but likewise the North East and the whole nation”.
Chief Minister notified that the Union Home Minister has actually ensured that he will do everything possible to ensure that the culture, identity and language of the people of Meghalaya and the North East is protected at all costs.”HM also specified that the concerns of border fencing require to be dealt with and accelerated. He (Amit Shah) mentioned that there are some areas in which the building has actually not begun yet due to regional concerns and he has urged the State Federal government to hold talks with stakeholders and ensure all the concerns are addressed and begin the work at the earliest.”