Ichamati violence: Deputy CM Tynsong calls HNLC for peace talks

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Ichamati violence: Deputy CM Tynsong calls HNLC for peace talks

Shillong: The Deputy Chief Minister in-charge of Home Prestone Tynsong has asserted that the door is still open for the banned militant outfit Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) to approach the state government for peace talks.
Asking the HNLC to rethink and recall its decision, Tynsong said if the HNLC was not interested in talks, the law of the land would have to prevail.
When asked about the investigation into the recent IED blast, he said that the investigation is on whether more people are involved in the IED blast and the police is handling everything.
Amid rising tensions following the recent violence in Ichamati, the Deputy Chief Minister, Prestone Tynsong, has warned NGOs not to add fuel to the fire with their statements and announcements in the media.

Confirming that two people have been picked up following the recent killing of two people in Ichamati, Tynsong warned the NGOs be it local NGOs or even non tribal NGOs from adding fuel to the fire.

Asking the NGOs to refrain, he said that law is above everyone and the Government will make sure that law takes its own course.

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