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HNLC protest Tynsong’s invitation for talks, says arrest of members detrimental to border populace at Block 2

Appreciating the government’s invitation for peace talks, the proscribed Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) on Friday however said it doesn’t like the way the deputy chief minister incharge home (police) Prestone Tynsong speaks in his statement.

Tynsong orders inquiry into alleged police torture of man at Dawki PS

Deputy Chief Minister in-charge of Home (Police) Prestone Tynsong on Thursday directed an inquiry into the alleged arrest and torture of a resident from Pyrdiwah, East Khasi Hills at the Dawki police station in West Jaintia Hills.

Tynsong says law to take action against HNLC illegal activities, door still open for talks

Deputy Chief Minister incharge Home (Police) Prestone Tynsong on Tuesday said the law will act against illegal activities by the proscribed Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) even as he appealed to the outfit to come back for peace talks.

MDA government to remind Centre on ILP, language issue soon: Tynsong

Deputy Chief Minister in charge Home (Police) Prestone Tynsong has informed that the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance government will soon take up with the Centre for speedy implementation of the inner line permit (ILP) and inclusion of Khasi and Garo languages in the Eighth Schedule to the Constitution of India.

Government reviews NHIDCL road projects in Khasi-Jaintia & Garo, surveys for four-lane road underway

Deputy Chief Minister in charge PWD (Roads) Prestone Tynsong on Tuesday reviewed road projects implemented by the National Highways & Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd (NHIDCL) in Khasi-Jaintia Hills and Garo Hills region.

Bindas Syiem calls off her indefinite hunger protest, tight-lipped on contesting MDC elections

Bindas Syiem, a mother of three children on Tuesday called off her indefinite hunger protest after completing over 120 hours of fasting following the state government’s assurance to take up construction of the two road projects – Nongpoh-Umden and Umden to Byrnihat – within this year.

Tynsong urges Bindas Syiem to end hunger protest, says State Govt to take up matter with Centre

Appealing to Bindas Syiem to call off her hunger strike protest, Deputy Chief Minister in-charge PWD (Roads) Prestone Tynsong on Monday assured that the state government will take up with Centre for immediate sanctioning of over Rs 100 crore for reconstruction and widening of 20 km of road from Nongpoh up to Umden and for construction of 39 kms of road from Umden up to Lum-nongrim.

Bindas says hunger strike protest will continue till deputy CM gives satisfactory assurance

Bindas Syiem on Saturday said she is determined to continue her hunger strike protest till a satisfactory assurance comes from the deputy chief minister in-charge PWD (Roads) Prestone Tynsong himself regarding the dilapidated Nongpoh-Umden to Sonapur road.

Tynsong ready to correct shortcomings for people of Pynursla

SHILLONG, JUNE 6: NPP state president and deputy chief minister Prestone Tynsong said he is ready to correct his shortcomings in order to serve...

NPP welcomes investigation by central agencies into alleged corruption: Tynsong

Ruling National People’s Party (NPP) state president and deputy chief minister Prestone Tynsong on Wednesday welcomed the demand of the opposition Voice of the People Party (VPP) for investigation by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) or Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into any alleged corruption in Meghalaya Democratic Alliance (MDA) government.

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