Meghalaya Govt finally receives response from Centre on MRSSA

​After waiting for a long time, the state has finally received the response from the Ministry of Home Affairs on Meghalaya Residents’ Safety and Security Act(MRSSA).

Informing this, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma said, the state Government is now discussing on how to proceed further

“ ILP is already in the GOI domain we had passed a resolution and it was not done before so the seriousness of the Government is seen in that and secondly, regarding the MRSSA we got the response from the GOI and how we are discussing from the state government how to proceed further,” Sangma asked.

Asked when the Government received a response from the centre he said, “It’s part of the question and I will reply in the Assembly. “

The Meghalaya Residents’ Safety and Security Act (MRSSA) enacted on September 27, 2016 and its amended version of 2019  make​sit mandatory for the visitors to register themselves at the entry points of the state.


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