Union Home Minister meeting NGOs of NE separately before the 3 PM meeting on CAB today

New Delhi, Nov 30: The Union Minister for Home Mr Amit Shah since yesterday is meeting NGOs from North East separately and it continued today before meeting them all, including political parties at 3.00 PM in North Block.

In yesterday’s meeting around 9 PM, Union Home Minister attempt to convince the Twipra Students’ Federation delegarion that CAB is in fact a tool to protect the indigenous communities of Tripura in a sense that once the bill is enacted it will put a stop to illegal immigration.

However the TSF is unfazed by this coaxing and they stick to their guns that they will never accept CAB. Later around 11 PM, the Home Ministry met the Mizo Zirlai Pawl delegation where it was conveyed to them that since ILP is in force in Mizoram hence CAB will have no impact and will not be applicable to the state.

The Mizo delegation however rejected the idea and assert that exclusion from CAB is not only a Mizo affair but of the entire NE region. In other words the MZP are totally against the bill not only for the welfare of the Mizos but for the entire NE region.

The Union Home Minister today will meet the AAPSU delegation at 11AM, Meghalaya delegation at 12 PM and the NESO delegation at 12.30 PM in Assam House, Chanakya Puri. The KSU will be represented by Lambok S. Marngar, president and a memorandum will be submitted by the Union to the Union Home Minister.

Accompanying the KSU delegation from shillong will be the KSU Delhi Unit led by Miss Marbiang Khongwir, president.



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