Meghalaya Police have chargesheeted Social Welfare Minister Deborah C Marak for allegedly using the outlawed Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) militants to intimidate voters during the Assembly elections last year.
Meghalaya's proscribed Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) on Friday threatened to carry out serial blasts in the Garo Hills region in protest against Chief Minister Mukul Sangma's decision to intensify counter insurgency operations there.
Three militants were killed in Meghalaya Thursday as a gun battle broke out when security forces busted a makeshift camp of the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) and the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA).
The death toll in the IED blast triggered by insurgents in Meghalaya has risen to three with one more policeman succumbing to his injuries Saturday, while another IED was recovered and defused by a bomb disposal squad, police said.
Meghalaya Home Minister Roshan Warjri Thursday assured `justice` to members of the bereaved family of the woman whose head was blown away by Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) militants in a remote village in South Garo Hills on Tuesday evening after she resisted their molestation and rape attempt.
Jailed chairman of the banned Garo National Liberation Army militants in Meghalaya, Champion R Sangma, has expressed desire for dialogue with the Government to end bloodshed in the militant-hit Garo Hills region in the state.