SHILLONG: Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma on Thursday met prime minister Narendra Modi on the initiatives implemented in the state for climate change reversal and their plan to host an International Conference on Climate Change and Natural Resource Management involving all North East States.
He also thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the government of India for allocating Rs 5,105 Crore from the share of central taxes and Rs 1,279 Crore as revenue gap grant for 2021-22 for the state.
CM Sangma wrote, “It’s always an honour to meet Hon’ble @PMOIndia, Sh. @narendramodi Ji. Thanked him & GoI for allocating ₹5,105 Cr from the Share of Central Taxes & ₹1,279 Cr as Revenue Gap Grant for 2021-22 for #Meghalaya.”
It's always an honour to meet Hon'ble @PMOIndia, Sh. @narendramodi Ji. Thanked him & GoI for allocating ₹5,105 Cr from the Share of Central Taxes & ₹1,279 Cr as Revenue Gap Grant for 2021-22 for #Meghalaya. pic.twitter.com/x1w8hsDWBy
— Conrad Sangma (@SangmaConrad) February 11, 2021
Earlier, CM Sangma had also held discussions with the Union Home Minister Amit Shah regarding pending issues like the Meghalaya Residents Safety and Security Act (MRSSA) and the Inner Line Permit etc. The central minister assured him about his visit Shillong to have discussion with the organisations on issues concerning the State.
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