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M’laya : TMC MDC urged GHADC to oppose CrPC, CPC in tribal areas

First Published: 17th September, 2022 9:48 IST

The KHADC is opposing the move and the GHADC should also do the same so that our civil rights will not be deprived, said Marak.

Trinamool Congress MDC from Williamnagar, Alphonsush Marak, has urged the Executive Committee of the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council to oppose the state government’s move to implement the CrPc and CPC in tribal areas like its counterparts in the Khasi Hills. 

Marak said that CRPC and CPC are not applicable in Sixth Schedule areas as per the provisions of the Indian Constitution. He questioned why the government considered the move in the tribal areas, adding they would never accept it and condemn the move.

The KHADC is opposing the move and the GHADC should also do the same so that our civil rights will not be deprived, said Marak.

The TMC MDC also reacted strongly to the statement on B-Mahal areas, issued by the GHADC EC on September 6, where it stated that only those lands where there was no public settlement would be acquired for development works. 

According to the MDC, the party leaders recently paid a visit to the B-Mahal areas under Raksamgre, beginning from Sualmari to Kalitapara, and held meetings with Nokmas and Gaonburahs from the area.

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