Meghalaya Transfer of Land Regulation Act will deliberate at the people’s parliament

Shillong, Feb 7: The direction of the national commission for schedule tribe to the ministry of tribal affairs to address the instrument of accession and the 1948 annexure agreement between the central government and the tribal chiefs of Meghalaya will be the topmost priority in the ensuing fourth people’s parliament, ‘Dorbar-Ri-Kaba Saw’of the Grand Council of Chief’s of Meghalaya (GCCM) slated for February 13, informed the chairman of  GCCM, John.F Kharshiing.

Addressing a press conference at the Shillong Press Club, Kharshiing, informed that besides the chiefs of various villages and clans, one speaker each  from the national and political parties have been invited to voice their opinion and views in the chief’s parliament.

He also informed that the people’s parliament will discuss extensively on the direction of the National Commission for Schedule Tribe (NCST) to the ministry of tribal affairs to address the instrument of accession and the annexure agreement.

“We reiterate the need for special article in the constitution of India, the IOA should find a place in the constitution,” said Kharshiing.

Besides it was also informed that amendment of the Meghalaya Transfer of Land Regulation Act and Indian Registration Act 1908 will be few of the important topics the council will deliberate upon during the people’s parliament.(SP News)

 

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