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ANVC-B chief meets Lyngdoh over rehab delay

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TURA, Oct 8 - Angered at the continued delay in the release of their rehabilitation package, former chairman of the now disbanded ANVC (Breakaway), Bernard N Marak met Meghalaya Home Minister HDR Lyngdoh at the Circuit House here yesterday apprising him of the situation.

Marak hit out at the State Government after the Home Minister stated he was unaware of the reason for the delay in rehabilitation of the former cadres of the outfit.

�The chairman apprised Lyngdoh of the unwarranted delay in the rehabilitation package sanctioned by Central Government. The Home Minister assured to look into the matter immediately. It is rather surprising that the Home Minister was unaware of the delay and the status of the package,� said former general secretary of the outfit, Jakrik Wareng.

The former chairman also apprised the Home Minister of fake members who were posing as outfit officers and trying to divide the group by facilitating the deserters who surrendered to the government.

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ANVC-B chief meets Lyngdoh over rehab delay

TURA, Oct 8 - Angered at the continued delay in the release of their rehabilitation package, former chairman of the now disbanded ANVC (Breakaway), Bernard N Marak met Meghalaya Home Minister HDR Lyngdoh at the Circuit House here yesterday apprising him of the situation.

Marak hit out at the State Government after the Home Minister stated he was unaware of the reason for the delay in rehabilitation of the former cadres of the outfit.

�The chairman apprised Lyngdoh of the unwarranted delay in the rehabilitation package sanctioned by Central Government. The Home Minister assured to look into the matter immediately. It is rather surprising that the Home Minister was unaware of the delay and the status of the package,� said former general secretary of the outfit, Jakrik Wareng.

The former chairman also apprised the Home Minister of fake members who were posing as outfit officers and trying to divide the group by facilitating the deserters who surrendered to the government.