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Divided in House, united under umbrella

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From left: Former MP PR Kyndiah along with MPCC Chief Dr DD Lapang chat with UDP Chief Dr Donkupar Roy and HSPDP Chief HS Lyngdoh at the Raj Bhavan lawn after the swearing-in ceremony of Dr Mukul Sangma as Chief Minister on Tuesday. This time around, UDP and HSPDP have decided to sit in opposition bench in the legislative Assembly while Congress will be in the Treasury Bench.


 

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Mukul sworn – in as Meghalaya CM for second term

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SHILLONG, March 05: There will be no room for instability as the government would lay more focus on development as the people of the state deserve it, asserted Dr Mukul M Sangma after swearing-in as the Meghalaya Chief Minister for the second time in a row at Raj Bhavan on Tuesday.

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Mukul pledges to bring a change in every Meghalayan’s life

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SHILLONG, March 05: Chief Minister Dr Mukul Sangma Tuesday stressed that his government has made a solemn pledge to ‘bring a change’ and to be ready to participate in bringing this change – a change for a better life for every Meghalayan with focus on the poor, under-privileged, old and needy, women and children, small and marginal farmers and BPL workers.
“We have promised to embark upon new initiatives to accelerate development in all spheres with a special focus on the poor and the under-privileged, old and needy, women and children, small and marginal farmers and the BPL workers,” Dr Sangma told reporters in his first press conference after being sworn-in as CM for the second consecutive term on Tuesday here.

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Cabinet swearing – in next week

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SHILLONG, March 05: Chief Minister, Dr Mukul Sangma Tuesday said the list of his Council of Ministers would be ready by early next week, soon after the elected representatives have been administered Oath of Secrecy for 9th Meghalaya Legislative Assembly.

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Mukul hopes more extremist outfits to surrender

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SHILLONG, March 05: Chief Minister, Dr Mukul Sangma Tuesday hoped that the other militant outfits in state will take benefit of the tri-partite settlement with ANVC.
He said “Government’s approach to militancy in state has always been targeting the root cause” adding that this effort resulted in the signing of Suspension of Operation (SoO) by ANVC in 2004.

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