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Illegal settlers issue: Dy CM says court yet to give its verdict on Shillong’s Maxwelton Estate

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SHILLONG, FEB 23: Deputy Chief Minister in-charge Home (Police) Prestone Tynsong on Friday said residents at the Maxwelton Estate will have to be prepared to shift from that location if they are “illegal settlers”.

Speaking to reporters, Tynsong said, “I am very sure the law will prevail and the law will take its own course and if it is true that they are illegal settlers, then ultimately they will have to be ready to shift from that location.”

The Khasi Students’ Union (KSU) has been demanding the state government to immediately evict the “illegal settlers” from the Maxwelton Estate, which is a 9 acres of land falling under the jurisdiction of the dorbar shnong of Kenches Trace Oxford Rilbong (KOR) here.

When asked, Tynsong said, “No the court case is still on. That’s what I am saying, see we have to wait and that’s why what I’m trying to tell you is let us wait and see, let the law take its own course.”

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