Shillong 26th November 2020: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has informed that all the coalition partners of the NPP led Meghalaya Democratic Alliance Government were present in the coordination committee meeting last night.
Speaking to media after meeting the chief Minster said the members of the coordination committee belonging to BJP said all issues of the state will be discuss within the coordination committee. The Chief Minister also said that the meeting also resolve that all misunderstanding including legation of corruption will be discuss in the coordination committee. He rejected the alleged corruption made by the BJPs leadership as baseless. The Chief Minister said the two BJP MLAs have also reaffirm to stick with the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance government and to take forward the development of the state the next level.MMP
Shillong-Delhi flights: Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma discusses final plans with Shillong-Delhi flights: FlyBig officials
Shillong 26th November 2020 (MMP) Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K Sangma had a discussion on the final plans to operationalise flights from Umroi Airport in Shillong and Delhi.The Chief Minister had discussions with officials from FlyBig and Transport department. Meghalaya chief minister Sangma in a tweet had said efforts are being made to obtain air operators permit from the Union civil aviation ministry at the earliest.He hoped the flights on the Shillong-Delhi route would be launched soon.Discussed the final plans to operationalise flights from Shillong to Delhi with officials from FlyBig & Transport Department Efforts are on to obtain the Air Operators Permit from @MoCA_GoI at the earliest. Looking forward to launching the Delhi-Shillong flight soon.
Airports Authority of India (AAI) said the new regional airline ‘FlyBig’ will commence its operations in the Northeast after mid-November and initially would fly on three routes.‘FlyBig’ is the new name in domestic airline focusing its routes on UDAN through the regional connectivity scheme of the central government.The routes, which will operate initially in the Northeast, are Guwahati-Pasighat (Arunachal Pradesh), Guwahati-Tezu (Arunachal Pradesh)-Imphal and Tezpur (Assam)-Lengpui (Mizoram), the AAI said in a statement. MMP