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Parties caution Meghalaya govt against influx

By The Assam Tribune

SHILLONG, July 26 � With ethnic violence unabated in neighbouring Assam, political parties and student bodies have asked Meghalaya government to pre-empt any possible influx of Bangladeshi migrants into the State.

�The government should alert the police and take all necessary steps to prevent any possible influx of refugees into Meghalaya,� Paul Lyngdoh, working president of the United Democratic Party, a major constituent of the Congress-led coalition partner in the Meghalaya United Alliance government, said here today.

The party has cautioned the government against any �complacency� in view of the ongoing turmoil in Assam.

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Parties caution Meghalaya govt against influx

SHILLONG, July 26 � With ethnic violence unabated in neighbouring Assam, political parties and student bodies have asked Meghalaya government to pre-empt any possible influx of Bangladeshi migrants into the State.

�The government should alert the police and take all necessary steps to prevent any possible influx of refugees into Meghalaya,� Paul Lyngdoh, working president of the United Democratic Party, a major constituent of the Congress-led coalition partner in the Meghalaya United Alliance government, said here today.

The party has cautioned the government against any �complacency� in view of the ongoing turmoil in Assam.

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