Assam-Meghalaya Peace Talks Are Violent, and Conrad Sangma Meets Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah met with Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma for more than an hour today . Mr Shah assured Mr Sangma that the Central Bureau of Investigation will look at the shooting at Mukroh in the West Jaintia Hills district on November 22 .

New Delhi: Following rumors of renewed conflict in the hill state, Union Home Minister Amit Shah met with Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma for more than an hour today.According to reports, some people in Shillong lit a traffic booth and fired three police cars, including a bus.Mr Shah has assured Mr Sangma that the Central Bureau of Investigation will look at the shooting at Mukroh in the West Jaintia Hills district on November 22.Six people were killed in the shooting, five of whom were from Meghalaya and an Assam Forest Guard personnel, and the Meghalaya government has extended the interconnection to mobile internet and data for another 48 hours to ensure stability and stability.

It was an unprovoked event and the Assam Police used excessive force.After speaking with Amit Shah, Mr Sangma told reporters that we have asked the Centre to invite the CBI or NIA (National Investigation Agency) to look into the situation.He also asked the Centre to ensure the safety of people in hazy areas.Mr Shah, the Chief Minister, said he had assured him that the Centre would investigate our request for an investigation and that the guilty would be punished.

In some areas, confidence must be restored, and the help of the Centre will be required, he said.According to him, the root of tension between the two countries is a long-pending border issue.This is not a boundary dispute.It has to do with smuggling.According to a senior home ministry official, the case is being handed over to CBI.

The state's main general, who was known for his role in the 1671 Battle of Saraighat, which destroyed an attempt by Mughal forces

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