The HYC has also decided to aggressively pursue with the state government for resolving the long pending boundary dispute with Assam.
The Confederation of Meghalaya Social Organizations said that the Centre has failed to respect the decision of the 60 MLAs by delaying to approve the resolution on ILP passed in the state Assembly in 2019.
CAA is a deadly virus and we are demanding a cure from the centre to immediately implement ILP in Meghalaya, Khasi Students Union chief Lambokstarwell Marngar said.
Justifying its demand, the KSU said that the state of Meghalaya is slowly becoming like Tripura and Assam where indigenous communities are being overwhelmed by migrant communities.
“The delay to implement the ILP is a clear indication that there is total lack of political will on the part of the Centre and not that it needs time to examine the proposal,” chairman of Confederation of Meghalaya Social Organizations (CoMSO) Robertjune Kharjahrin said.