Meghalaya Govt has not sent the MRSS Rules to respective DCs, NGOs blames Dr Mukul

Shillong, Jan 03: The NGOs comprising, the KSU, FKJGP and the HNYF today met the Deputy Commissioner of East Khasi Hills District on the issued of setting up the District Task Force Committee to deal with the influx as per the Meghalaya Resident, Safety and Security Act and the Meghalaya Resident, Safety and Security Act Rules, 2017″ to check influx and illegal immigration into the state.

Speaking to SP News Agency after meeting the Deputy Commissioner the president of the FKJGP Mr Wilbert Rani said that, the Deputy Commissioner Mr PS Dkhar has inform the delegation that the office has not received the rules from the state Government till today. The Deputy Commissioner informs the delegation that from the District Administration they are ready to implement the Act and Rules if they received from the state Government. Once the office received the Rules they will form the District Task Force Committee to implement.

The President of the KSU, Mr Lambokstarwell Mangar said that the NGOs will not wait for the government, but the NGOs along with the Dorbar shnong they will implement the MRSS Act and the MRSS Rules 2017. Now it has become legal for them to implement to check influx in the state of Meghalaya.

The NGOs blame the Chief Minister Dr Mukul Sangma that he is not serious in tackling the influx problems in the state, the NGOs asked the Chief Minister why it takes five month for the government to sent to rules to all the deputy Commissioner since the cabinet has approve on the month of August 2017 they asked.

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