Shillong, July 16, 2019 (MMP): The Meghalaya Land Forest Owners Association (MLFOA) has submitted a memorandum to Lahkmen Rymbui, Minister of Forest urging him to move the state Government to urgently consider a discussion on the recent Supreme Court order and move amendments to the Forest Conservation Act 1980. According to the association, the Forest Conservation Rules 2003, Indian Forest Act 1927, the Assam Forest Regulation 1891, are in conflict to the customary land-holding system which has been recognized by the Supreme Court recently and the central acts also violate section (2) of the Annexed Agreement of the Instrument of Accession, August 17, 1948. MMP
Meghalaya Legislative Assembly passes the Meghalaya Appropriation (No.II) Bills, 2019 of Rs.16376.93 for financial year 2019-2020.
Shillong, March 14 (MMP): The Meghalaya Legislative Assembly today passed the Meghalaya appropriation (No.II) Bill, 2019 to enable the state Government to withdraw an amount of Rs.16376,93,49,000/-from and out of the Consolidated Fund of Meghalaya for the financial year 2019-2020. The amount will enable the state Government towards defraying the several charges which will come […]
Shillong, July 24, 2020 (MMP): The Government of Meghalaya intends to provide water tap connection to all the households in the rural areas of the state. This was disclosed by Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad K. Sangma. He said this scheme will be implemented in the state under the Jal Jeevan Mission of the Government of […]
Construction of link roads will ease traffic congestion in Shillong says Chairman of Meghalaya State Planning Board, Lambor Malngiang
The Chairman of Meghalaya State Planning Board, Lambor Malngiang today said the state Government will comply with all the directives issued by the Supreme Court relating to blanket ban on forest and subsequent ban on coal mining by the National […]