Meghalaya govt trying its best to stop illegal coal trade: Lahkmen Rymbui

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Interior Minister Lahkmen Rymbui said that despite the shortage of manpower in the police force, the Meghalaya government was doing its best to curb the illegal coal trade in the state.

 

He said that the department was short of about 1800 personnel.

“With this reduction, it is not possible for the police to do everything,” the minister said on Tuesday.

 

“Every now and then people are talking about it. Having said that, the government is doing its best to stop all illegal activities in the state,” Rymbui told reporters here.

 

“There is a shortage of about 1,800 vacancies in the state. I am only talking about SIs and below. MPSC officers are also in the process of recruitment,” he added.

 

The Home Minister said that despite the shortfall, he praised the police for doing their best to curb all illegal activities in the state.

 

“We are trying our best and will continue to do so,” he said.

“With this reduction, it is not possible for the police to do everything,” the minister said on Tuesday.

 

“Every now and then people are talking about it. The government is doing its best to stop all illegal activities in the state,” Rymbui told reporters here.

 

“There is a shortage of about 1,800 posts in the state. I am only talking about SIs and below. MPSC officers are also in the process of recruitment,” he added.

 

The Home Minister said that despite the shortfall, he praised the police for doing their utmost to curb all illegal activities in the state.

 

“We are doing our best and will continue to do so,” he said.

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