Meghalaya: Hynniewtrep Youth Council backs revisiting border deal with Assam
The Hynniewtrep Youth Council today backed the demands raised from different quarters for reviewing the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Assam and Meghalaya government pertaining to the inter-state border
The Hynniewtrep Youth Council today backed the demands raised from different quarters for reviewing the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Assam and Meghalaya government pertaining to the inter-state border issue.
.Briefing newspersons, HYC president Robert June Kharjahrin also cited that the government must consider this since such demands have come from parties which are constituents of the MDA. The HYC president feels that there is a communication gap within the MDA over the entire issue.
However, Kharjahrin is of the view that the entire can only be reviewed only if the MHA decides to do so or if the court strikes down the MoU.
Assam and Meghalaya had inked the border deal at New Delhi after months of deliberations settling six areas of dispute. Several quarters from Meghalaya have expressed concerns over the deal. However Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has consistently played them down saying all the relevant stakeholders have aleady been before the border accord with Assam was finalised.
First Published: 13th May, 2022 19:04 IST
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