The coalition partners of the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance (MDA) government have unanimously adopted a resolution to resolve any issues within the alliance.
The resolution was taken on Thursday by the representatives and members of the MDA during the coordination committee meeting.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said that coalition partners should not come out openly with any kind of allegations. He said if there are issues, it should first be taken up with the government and with the coordination committee.
The alleged corruption in the implementation of central funds by NPP-led executive committees in the GHADC and JHADC was discussed at the meeting.
The chief minister said that all coalition partners of the ruling MDA Government had agreed that the allegations made by a section of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders were baseless.
Sangma termed the allegations as just talks by a few individuals as the government had already instituted an audit inquiry into the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (GHADC) and the Jaintia Hills Autonomous District Council (JHADC) to improve the entire process and working of the councils.
The chief minister also informed that he had also discussed the issue with the BJP national vice president, Dr M Chuba Ao during his visit to Shillong.
He further said that the MDA would work in a more coordinated way for the development of the State and ensure that there is no communication gap among the coalition partners.
All coalition partners have reiterated their confidence in the MDA and confirmed their support to the government till the end of the term, Sangma said.