Meghalaya Cabinet nod for setting up 7 outposts along border with Assam

  • | Tuesday | 29th November, 2022

Shillong, Nov 29 (PTI) The Meghalaya Cabinet on Tuesday approved a proposal to set up police outposts at seven locations, including the violence-hit Mukroh village, along the state’s boundary with Assam.The Cabinet nod was given following the killing of six people in the violence that had on November 22 broken out along the interstate border after a truck allegedly laden with illegally felled timber was intercepted by forest guards from Assam."The Cabinet approved the proposal for setting up seven BoPs across the Khasi Jaintia Hills region. Of these outposts, two will be erected at Mukroh and Tihwieh villages along the interstate border in West Jaintia Hills district,” Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma told reporters after the meeting of the council of ministers.Other BoPs will be set up in Langpih, Lejadubi, Umwali, Muriap and Rani along the Assam-Meghalaya border, he said.The existing BoPs in Patharkhmah and Kyrshai will be upgraded to police stations, the chief minister said.According to the CM, the expenses for operating each of the BoPs will be around Rs two crore annually.Sangma said his government also directed the state"s director general of police to pay a visit to certain villages in the disputed border areas and submit a report. PTI JOP BDC BDC

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