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Change is imperative in M’laya: Sangma
Correspondent SHILLONG, MAY 2
Published on 3 May. 2010 12:47 AM IST
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Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul M Sangma said that it was imperative to bring change into the state and create avenues for the younger generation enabling them to achieve their cherished dreams. “I have spelt out the commitments of the Government…and it will be carried out with utmost sincerity,” he said at a felicitation programme for him at Tura in State’s West Garo Hills district on Saturday Sangma said that his government would stress on certain pertinent issues like women’s empowerment, education, socio–cultural issues, infrastructure, etc by practising inclusive politics.
Inclusive politics, the Chief Minister said, implies that the government would include popular poll and not only politicians in the government’s day to day affairs so as to bridge the gap between the people and their government.
“I think if we cannot bring happiness to the different sections of the society we are not adequately responding to them” he said, adding that it was where inclusive politics would come into play in understanding the grievances and needs of the people of the State.
On people’s remarks that his government would not last, Sangma assured the people that he had ample trust in his ministers and with the people’s cooperation would bring in the much wanted change in the State.

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