MDA government’s border resolution is undemocratic, insensitive and irresponsible, says Dr. Mukul Sangma

Shillong, Jul 16: Moving triumphantly forward with the membership drive, TMC Meghalaya held a Block Committee Meeting at Mowkaiaw, Jaintia Hills on Saturday.

TMC Meghalaya State President Charles Pyngrope, TMC Meghalaya leader Dr. Mukul Sangma, TMC Meghalaya MLA George B Lyngdoh, TMC Meghalaya leader James Lyngdoh along with MDCs from Garo hills were present in the event.

TMC Meghalaya leader Dr. Mukul Sangma spoke extensively about the flawed misgovernance being carried out by the MDA government.

Expressing his concerns, he said, “You’re witnessing the protests from many employees of the different departments trying to draw the attention of the government to the various grievances that they have, we also have many other employees silently enduring the discrimination, these are all because of the faulty proxy BJP government.”

In addition, he said, “There are posts which have fallen vacant due to retirement or untimely passing away of the employees; these are not vacancies which are created by sanctioning new job vacancies by the government. The government does not intend to create jobs for the youth. Many of our youth who aspire to be teachers have completed their MTET; all the results have been declared. The government claimed that once the interview process is completed, the posts would be filled up. However, the vacancies have not filled up yet. Not filling up the vacancies amount to deprivation for the job seekers. These are all because of the faulty policy of the government.”

Emphasizing the perils of the border resolution, Dr. Sangma stated that the hard-earned ancestral land of Meghalaya is being compromised under the proxy BJP government. He defined the resolution as undemocratic, insensitive and irresponsible.

While concluding, Charles Pyngrope, the State President, urged the people of Mowkaiaw to join #BeTheChange campaign and become agents of change for Mokaiaw.

After addressing the audience, Pyngrope, the State President, and Dr. Sangma, inaugurated the TMC party office at Laskein.