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SHILLONG: KSU, which has been demanding for the implementation of a “comprehensive mechanism” to combat and regulate influx into Meghalaya, has urged the state government to speed up the process.
The Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council (KHADC) has given its clearance to the setting up of entry/exit points in the Khasi Hills.
Informing this here on Saturday, KSU president Daniel Khyriem said that the matter would now go to the Revenue department for social impact assessment of the land which would be acquired for setting up the points.
The State Government more or less has completed the land acquisition process for setting up of entry/exit points. It was awaiting NOC from KHADC.
“The Government should now expedite the process of setting up of the points,” Khyriem said.
The proposal for obtaining NOC was submitted to KHADC a few months back and the Deputy Commissioner was directed to pursue the matter.
The KSU chief also said that his organization had been pursuing the matter of exempting Meghalaya from the purview of Indo-Nepal Treaty with the Central and the State governments.