Meghalaya Cabinet to meet in Tura on June 10

TURA: For the first time in the history of Meghalaya, the state cabinet will be holding it’s meeting in Tura on June 10th.
“With the objective of taking governance closer to the people the government has decided to have cabinet meetings on a rotational basis in different districts.
Cabinet meeting for the first time will be held in Tura. Other districts to follow,” announced Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma on Sunday evening in a tweet.
Barring Shillong, cabinet meetings have never taken place in any other place or district of the state, previously.
The meeting in Tura will have not just the cabinet ministers camping in Tura but will also include the top bureaucrats of the state following suit.
The most recent meeting among ministers took place in remote South Garo Hills district headquarters Baghmara during the last winter when the new police reserve was inaugurated by the Conrad Sangma government.

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