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New trend of hate politics concerns minister

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By Our Reporter

SHILLONG, April 22: The mudslinging and aggressive campaigning prior to the Lok Sabha election in Meghalaya on April 19, has concerned Cabinet Minister Kyrmen Shylla, who lamented the trend of hate politics and lack of mutual respect among political parties.
Expressing concern over the fact that hate politics has become a part of the election process in the state, Shylla on Monday said it was necessary for political parties and leaders to show mutual respect for each other.
Making it clear that he does not consider his political opponent as enemies, Shylla advocated for setting certain limits which should not be crossed by anyone or any party.

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