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Mizoram Guv accepts Minister�s resignation

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AIZAWL, Aug 24 - Mizoram Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd) today accepted the resignation letter of Minister of State for Fisheries, Buddha Dhan Chakma, Raj Bhavan sources said.

Chakma submitted his resignation to Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla on Monday. The CM�s office sent the letter to the Governor on Tuesday.

The Governor accepted the resignation of Chakma today, the sources said.

In his resignation letter, Chakma said that four Chakma students who qualified for MBBS seat under the State quota were denied the quota in medical colleges in the country by State Higher and Technical Education department and two of the students belonged to his constituency. He said that he could not accept such kind of �discrimination� among the people of the State.

He said, �Remaining in the Council of Ministers might create uneasiness to maintain the glory of democracy in our State where all of us should feel at home under your dynamic leadership, irrespective of caste, creed and religion.�

Earlier, the NGO Coordination Committee had urged the Chief Minister to sack Chakma before August 25 and threatened to launch an agitation if Chakma remains a Minister. � PTI

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Mizoram Guv accepts Minister�s resignation

AIZAWL, Aug 24 - Mizoram Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd) today accepted the resignation letter of Minister of State for Fisheries, Buddha Dhan Chakma, Raj Bhavan sources said.

Chakma submitted his resignation to Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla on Monday. The CM�s office sent the letter to the Governor on Tuesday.

The Governor accepted the resignation of Chakma today, the sources said.

In his resignation letter, Chakma said that four Chakma students who qualified for MBBS seat under the State quota were denied the quota in medical colleges in the country by State Higher and Technical Education department and two of the students belonged to his constituency. He said that he could not accept such kind of �discrimination� among the people of the State.

He said, �Remaining in the Council of Ministers might create uneasiness to maintain the glory of democracy in our State where all of us should feel at home under your dynamic leadership, irrespective of caste, creed and religion.�

Earlier, the NGO Coordination Committee had urged the Chief Minister to sack Chakma before August 25 and threatened to launch an agitation if Chakma remains a Minister. � PTI

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