Only state-registered vehicles are permitted access into Meghalaya due to the Assam-Meghalaya border conflict, which is causing tension in the Jaintia Hills.

Tension gripped Meghalayas capital Shillong after miscreants tore a traffic booth and assaulted three police vehicles . Incident occurred at a candlelight vigil held by several organisations on the Assam-Meghalaya border on November 22 .

India — Jaintia Hills (Meghalaya), India, On Thursday, a speck of tenseness erupted in Meghalaya and Assam in the wake of a firing incident along the Assam-Meghalaya border.Only vehicles with Meghalayan registration were allowed into the state.As was reported earlier, tension gripped Meghalaya's capital Shillong after miscreants tore a traffic booth on Thursday evening and assaulted three police vehicles, including a city bus.The incident occurred at a candlelight vigil held by several organisations on the Assam-Meghalaya border on November 22.Six people were killed in the firing incident in the West Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya, including five residents of Meghalaya and members of the Assam Forest Guard, according to reports.

The miscreants tore up a city traffic light and stomped petrol bombs at police officers, according to the SP.The Assam and Meghalaya governments also requested that a central authority investigate the shooting incident on Wednesday.We want a central authority to look into the situation.The NIA or CBI should look at the case.

Six people were killed and several others were injured in the alleged confrontation between villagers and a security force formed by Assam and Mukroh village, which is located in the Meghalaya's West Jaintia Hills.A forest guard from Assam was among those killed.

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