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Meghalaya minister�s statement on ILP demand flayed

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TURA, Feb 26 - The Achik Youth Welfare Organisation (AYWO) has flayed Meghalaya Health Minister and BJP MLA AL Hek for his reported comment that the demand for ILP implementation in the State was not of the people.

�The BJP is a wolf in sheep�s clothing. With the passage of time, its real agenda is becoming clear. The State ministers are hell bent on appeasing their leadership in Delhi. It is irresponsible and insensitive,� stated a press release issued by the AYWO today following a meeting held at the SMELC Building here on Tuesday.

They lashed out at Hek for allegedly deriding the resolution passed by the Meghalaya Assembly. The NGO said that instead of analysing the demand for ILP in Meghalaya, the BJP leader should push for it aggressively with his bosses in New Delhi.

Tuesday�s meeting also discussed the increase of criminal activities in the Garo Hills, which was blamed on influx.

�The unabated flow of non-indigenous people into tribal areas is one of the contributing factors to the soaring crime rate,� said the NGO, citing the recent arrest of dacoits who vandalised and robbed churches in the Garo Hills and Bangladeshi criminals assaulting locals at Dawki.

�Even a police sub-inspector was manhandled at Chibinang. These outsiders took advantage of our hospitable nature and pose a serious threat to law and order. They threaten to derail our peaceful coexistence. Therefore, the antecedents of every outsider need to be checked,� the AYWO said.

The NGO stated that it has unanimously decided to check all outsiders. It also expressed disappointment over the BJP not being serious about the demand for implementation of ILP in the State.

The NGO urged the State Government to focus on the Meghalaya Residents� Safety and Security Act, 2016 and set up check points without delay.

�Time has come to rise and stand for what is right and the AYWO urges the youth of Meghalaya to come together to fight for a better tomorrow,� the NGO said.

The meeting congratulated the newly-elected members of the KSU and added that they were looking to working together for their common goals.

The meeting also witnessed creation of three new regional branches of the AYWO at Mendal, Chibinang and Chokpot. The NGO also decided to celebrate its decennial jubilee on December 10 here.

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Meghalaya minister�s statement on ILP demand flayed

TURA, Feb 26 - The Achik Youth Welfare Organisation (AYWO) has flayed Meghalaya Health Minister and BJP MLA AL Hek for his reported comment that the demand for ILP implementation in the State was not of the people.

�The BJP is a wolf in sheep�s clothing. With the passage of time, its real agenda is becoming clear. The State ministers are hell bent on appeasing their leadership in Delhi. It is irresponsible and insensitive,� stated a press release issued by the AYWO today following a meeting held at the SMELC Building here on Tuesday.

They lashed out at Hek for allegedly deriding the resolution passed by the Meghalaya Assembly. The NGO said that instead of analysing the demand for ILP in Meghalaya, the BJP leader should push for it aggressively with his bosses in New Delhi.

Tuesday�s meeting also discussed the increase of criminal activities in the Garo Hills, which was blamed on influx.

�The unabated flow of non-indigenous people into tribal areas is one of the contributing factors to the soaring crime rate,� said the NGO, citing the recent arrest of dacoits who vandalised and robbed churches in the Garo Hills and Bangladeshi criminals assaulting locals at Dawki.

�Even a police sub-inspector was manhandled at Chibinang. These outsiders took advantage of our hospitable nature and pose a serious threat to law and order. They threaten to derail our peaceful coexistence. Therefore, the antecedents of every outsider need to be checked,� the AYWO said.

The NGO stated that it has unanimously decided to check all outsiders. It also expressed disappointment over the BJP not being serious about the demand for implementation of ILP in the State.

The NGO urged the State Government to focus on the Meghalaya Residents� Safety and Security Act, 2016 and set up check points without delay.

�Time has come to rise and stand for what is right and the AYWO urges the youth of Meghalaya to come together to fight for a better tomorrow,� the NGO said.

The meeting congratulated the newly-elected members of the KSU and added that they were looking to working together for their common goals.

The meeting also witnessed creation of three new regional branches of the AYWO at Mendal, Chibinang and Chokpot. The NGO also decided to celebrate its decennial jubilee on December 10 here.

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