Meghalaya to send team to other states

FPJ BureauUpdated: Sunday, June 02, 2019, 01:53 AM IST
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Shillong
Expressing concern over ” students’exodus” from southern states fearing attacks, the Meghalaya government on Thursday decided to send a delegation to these states to unearth the truth.

” It is a matter of concern ( students leaving southern states fearing attack) and such incidents would have serious ramification in the long run,” Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma

” It is a matter of concern and such incidents would have serious ramification in the long run,” MUKUL SANGMA Meghalaya Chief Minister  told after a cabinet meeting.

” We have checked with our counterparts and found that most of the information being circulated through SMSes are rumours,” Sangma said. He said a delegation would be sent to the affected states and the union home ministry was being approached to facilitate the visit.

” The director general of police and the chief secretary are in constant touch with their counterparts in the states. I have also taken up the matter with my counterparts there,” Sangma said.

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