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ANVC tricked into signing peace pact: NPP

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SHILLONG, April 16 � The National People�s Party (NPP) today lashed out at the Congress-led State Government for �tricking� the Achik National Volunteers� Council (ANVC) to sign a peace agreement, but not addressing issues relating to their stipends and rehabilitation package.

The Opposition party spokesperson James Sangma said the �State Government has tricked them (ANVC and ANVC-B) into signing the Agreement and has taken them for a ride with false promises.�

The NPP further claimed that the State Government is �vitiating the environment� and it is likely that the situation might spiral out of hand, which in turn would lead the cadres of the ANVC and its breakaway faction �back to the jungles and continue their old way.�

The NPP legislator said �it has become apparent� that the State Government is least concerned about bringing peace in Garo Hills and urged the Centre to intervene.

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ANVC tricked into signing peace pact: NPP

SHILLONG, April 16 � The National People�s Party (NPP) today lashed out at the Congress-led State Government for �tricking� the Achik National Volunteers� Council (ANVC) to sign a peace agreement, but not addressing issues relating to their stipends and rehabilitation package.

The Opposition party spokesperson James Sangma said the �State Government has tricked them (ANVC and ANVC-B) into signing the Agreement and has taken them for a ride with false promises.�

The NPP further claimed that the State Government is �vitiating the environment� and it is likely that the situation might spiral out of hand, which in turn would lead the cadres of the ANVC and its breakaway faction �back to the jungles and continue their old way.�

The NPP legislator said �it has become apparent� that the State Government is least concerned about bringing peace in Garo Hills and urged the Centre to intervene.