Conrad: Rejection for administrator’s rule in KHADC no tussle with Guv

SHILLONG, Nov 26: Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad Sangma said that the rejection of the plea by the state to impose administrator’s rule in the Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council (KHADC) by the Governor, Tathagata Roy should not be seen as a tussle between the government and the office of the Governor.

“The Governor has taken a call based on his view point and accordingly we will decide on how to move forward. May be you are right they have seen the situation in the KHADC,” Conrad told media persons on Tuesday.

On the threat of losing another no-confidence motion in the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (GHADC), the Chief Minister said that in Garo Hills he was quite sure that nothing is going to happen.

“In Khasi Hills may be there were some internal issue. I will be meeting the MDCs today,” he said.

“We are trying to resolve the issue that are there and that could have been there and try to find out what are the reasons, what problems happen and we will do a post mortem and then decide how to move forward,” Conrad added.