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Meghalaya resolution against citizenship Bill

By STAFF correspondent

SHILLONG, Nov 30 - A Meghalaya delegation led by Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has passed a resolution to oppose implementation of the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in the State. The resolution was passed after a meeting held in New Delhi on Friday and today.

The meeting was held between Sangma and stakeholders comprising representatives of the State Government, political parties, autonomous district councils and civil societies. It was decided that the resolution would be handed over to Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

�The delegation led by the Chief Minister comprising various leaders of political parties, representatives of civil societies of Meghalaya do now urge the Home Minister, Amit Shah to accept the resolution in the interest of the people of Meghalaya,� the resolution read.

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Meghalaya resolution against citizenship Bill

SHILLONG, Nov 30 - A Meghalaya delegation led by Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has passed a resolution to oppose implementation of the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in the State. The resolution was passed after a meeting held in New Delhi on Friday and today.

The meeting was held between Sangma and stakeholders comprising representatives of the State Government, political parties, autonomous district councils and civil societies. It was decided that the resolution would be handed over to Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

�The delegation led by the Chief Minister comprising various leaders of political parties, representatives of civil societies of Meghalaya do now urge the Home Minister, Amit Shah to accept the resolution in the interest of the people of Meghalaya,� the resolution read.

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