Shillong March 14: The proscribed Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) today demanded the state government to speed up implementing the anti-influx entry/exit points to check Influx in the state. HNLC publicity secretary Sainkupar Nongtraw on Tuesday said “The HNLC is not against development or railway projects in the state, he said that the state government should start the entry/exit points to check influx into the state at the earliest”.
“Once the entry/exit points are setup then only can we think of railways as in terms of development we would like to compete at par with other developing states,” Nongtraw added.
According to him, railways are a necessity for our people because the transportation costs of essential commodities shall fall. He further stated but it is up to the seriousness of the CM and his cabinet to start the entry exit points before our people gets outnumbered by illegal outsiders.
“The CM should understand that it’s easier to give statements in the assembly but it takes courage and determination to put them into practice and materialize them,” he said.
Meanwhile, the HNLC further lambasted the Congress led MUA-II state government for allegedly sanctioning meager compensation to victims of recent tragic road mishaps in the two districts – West Khasi Hills and East Jaintia Hills.
“What a shame on the MUA 2. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s relief fund had sanctioned Rs 2 lakh per family and state governemnt sanctioned only Rs 50, 000,” Nongtraw said.
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