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ANVC demands release of rehab package

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TURA, Aug 3 - A delegation of cadres belonging to the now-disbanded Achik National Volunteer Council (ANVC) led by Doreng Malja Sangma, its former political secretary has called upon the DC of West Garo Hills for an immediate release of the one-time financial package for the ex-ANVC cadres.

In a meeting held with the DC Pravin Bakshi here on Tuesday, the former cadres also sought that the fund should be credited into their SBI accounts.

�We have been informed that our one time financial package is in civil deposit for more than two months and not yet released even though all process and formalities have been cleared from Police headquarters in Shillong,� said Malja.

He expressed frustration being felt by the former cadres over the delay in the release of the package for almost about two years now. He also alleged that there was no news on their sustenance money which the government promised to give at the rate of Rs 3,500 every month from the time of disbanding ceremony till the deliverance of the rehabilitation package.

The DC assured the former ANVC members that the rehabilitation package would be released soon. Further, he stated that skill development for the cadres would be initiated by the Meghalaya Government shortly.

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ANVC demands release of rehab package

TURA, Aug 3 - A delegation of cadres belonging to the now-disbanded Achik National Volunteer Council (ANVC) led by Doreng Malja Sangma, its former political secretary has called upon the DC of West Garo Hills for an immediate release of the one-time financial package for the ex-ANVC cadres.

In a meeting held with the DC Pravin Bakshi here on Tuesday, the former cadres also sought that the fund should be credited into their SBI accounts.

�We have been informed that our one time financial package is in civil deposit for more than two months and not yet released even though all process and formalities have been cleared from Police headquarters in Shillong,� said Malja.

He expressed frustration being felt by the former cadres over the delay in the release of the package for almost about two years now. He also alleged that there was no news on their sustenance money which the government promised to give at the rate of Rs 3,500 every month from the time of disbanding ceremony till the deliverance of the rehabilitation package.

The DC assured the former ANVC members that the rehabilitation package would be released soon. Further, he stated that skill development for the cadres would be initiated by the Meghalaya Government shortly.

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