The MDA government spoke to by 12 Cabinet ministers would meet Union Home Minister, Amit Shah during his visit to the state on January 23 to talk about the Inner-Line Permit (ILP) and different issues.
CM Conrad K. Sangma on Tuesday assembled a gathering with all the ministers to examine Shah's visit for going to the meeting of the North Eastern Council (NEC).
Deputy CM Addressed the Media:
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Deputy CM Prestone Tynsong later told that the government will look for an arrangement on the significant issues of the state, remembering the deferral for the execution of ILP, the incorporation of Khasi and Garo dialects in the Eighth Schedule, an amendment to the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution and the between state limit column with Assam.
Shah is required to arrive at Shillong in the midst of full proof security at 10 am on January 23 for the NEC meeting from 11 am and leave for Guwahati around the same time.
"The state government has gotten applications from the NGOs and pressing factor bunches for meeting the Union Home Minister and plans are being made in such manner," Tynsong said.
Implementation of ILP:
The visit of Shah has produced a great deal of interest this time since the state is anticipating the Center's gesture for ILP in Meghalaya.
The interest for ILP acquired energy after the Narendra Modi government passed the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and the state Assembly consistently passed a goal to push the Center for conceding ILP to the state.
Heads of the state BJP, including its two administrators, are probably going to meet Shah relying upon his timetable.