Border violence: Meghalaya's CM claims Shah has approved a CBI investigation.

Six people were killed and several others were injured in an alleged clash between villagers and a security force of Assam, West Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya . The Union Home Minister gave his approval to a CBI investigation into the shooting .

New Delhi (India), November 24: According to Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma, CM Sangma gave his approval for a CBI investigation into the firing incident on the Assam border that killed six people.In the face of violence, the Union Home Minister gave his approval to a CBI investigation.I am also in touch with Assam's Chief Minister.According to the Meghalaya CM, the government of both states must prioritize protecting lives and maintaining law and order.The government of Meghalaya also encouraged the general public to follow the instruction while maintaining peace along the border.

The caution has been read and must be followed.He said that life would be normal in a day or two.Sangma said earlier on Thursday that he had demanded that a central investigation be launched into the shooting.Sangma said at a press conference on Thursday that Weve requested that the Union government order a central investigation into the investigation.

Law and order is being maintained.According to the chief, six people were killed and several others were injured in an alleged clash between villagers and a security force of Assam, West Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya.A forest guard from Assam was among those killed in the attack.

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