New Delhi: Meghalaya chief minister Conrad K Sangma on Friday met Justice Arun Kumar Mishra, chairperson, National Human Rights Commission, and appraised him about the incident of killing of six innocent villagers at Mukroh.
Sangma, along with Meghalaya deputy chief minister Prestone Tynsong met Justice Arun Kumar Mishra and other members of NHRC and briefed them as to how the killings at Mukroh was a clear case of human rights violation.
“Gave a detailed account of the firing incident that claimed 6 lives at Mukroh to Hon’ble Justice Arun Kumar Mishra Ji, Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission and other members of the NHRC with Hon’ble Deputy CM Prestone Tynsong,” Sangma tweeted.
Gave a detailed account of the firing incident that claimed 6 lives at Mukroh to Hon'ble Justice Arun Kumar Mishra Ji, Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission and other members of the NHRC with Hon’ble Deputy CM Prestone Tynsong@narendramodi @AmitShah @India_NHRC pic.twitter.com/rkbMRQJfvY
— Conrad Sangma (@SangmaConrad) November 25, 2022
The Meghalaya chief minister apprised the NHRC members about the actions that have been taken following the killing at Mukroh, including the Central Agency enquiry into the matter.
Sangma sought support of NHRC for necessary action from their end. “Also stressed on the need for proper sensitisation of forces deputed in sensitive border areas so that such incidents where precious lives are lost do not reoccur in any part of the country,” Sangma said.
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