Chief Minister Conrad Sangma today said that the state government will convene a meeting with stakeholders to discuss on the Meghalaya Residents Safety & Security Act (MRSSA) Amendment Bill 2020.
It may be mentioned that the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had returned the MRSSA (Amendment) Bill 2020 to the State government with certain observations.
The Central government has stated that setting up of entry-exit gates under the Meghalaya Residents Safety & Security Act (MRSSA) Amendment Bill 2020 was not acceptable and would create inconvenience to the visitors or people entering the State.
“The centre returned the bill stating that you can revisit the MRSSA because certain sections are not in line with some constitutional provisions,” the chief minister said.
He also reiterated that the state government has not received any clear signal from the centre on the Inner Line Permit (ILP).