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�Meghalaya Govt has asked all outfits to surrender�

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SHILLONG, June 15 - Signing peace agreements with militant organisations of North East by Central Government without State leaders� knowledge is one of the mistakes that shouldn�t be repeated, Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma said today.

�We don�t want to commit the same mistake again,� Sangma said. According to CM, signing of peace agreement in 2014 with Achik National Volunteers� Council (ANVC) by Central Government, without the knowledge of State leaders in Meghalaya, was a mistake for the State.

He said due to this oversight, Meghalaya is facing a lot of hardship. Sangma added, not just ANVC, but also talks with NSCN were initiated by Government of India without taking the State leaders into confidence.

The CM asserted that any talks with the terrorist groups should be initiated only after taking the State Government into confidence.

Sangma said that the State Government has advised all militant organisations to surrender. They would be helped by the Government to assimilate with the mainstream society, he added.

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�Meghalaya Govt has asked all outfits to surrender�

SHILLONG, June 15 - Signing peace agreements with militant organisations of North East by Central Government without State leaders� knowledge is one of the mistakes that shouldn�t be repeated, Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma said today.

�We don�t want to commit the same mistake again,� Sangma said. According to CM, signing of peace agreement in 2014 with Achik National Volunteers� Council (ANVC) by Central Government, without the knowledge of State leaders in Meghalaya, was a mistake for the State.

He said due to this oversight, Meghalaya is facing a lot of hardship. Sangma added, not just ANVC, but also talks with NSCN were initiated by Government of India without taking the State leaders into confidence.

The CM asserted that any talks with the terrorist groups should be initiated only after taking the State Government into confidence.

Sangma said that the State Government has advised all militant organisations to surrender. They would be helped by the Government to assimilate with the mainstream society, he added.