06 June :- Union Home Minister Hansraj Ahir hoped that the situation in Shillong, affected by violence in Meghalaya, will soon become normal. During a program, the minister said, “Our battalion has gone there. The army is also taking care of. We hope that it will be peaceful. “Tension prevailed in Meghalaya’s capital since the clashes between the people of the Sikh community living in the Punjab Lane area of Shillong and the driver of the government buses, Is.
Earlier, curfew continued on Tuesday in violence-hit areas of Shillong, while the restrictions on internet and mobile telephony were intact. However, East Khasi Hills Deputy Commissioner PS Dakhar had said, “On Tuesday, we have decided not to relax the curfew, although the situation is slowly getting normal in the area. We are keeping an eye on the situation. ‘
A police officer said, “The army is still ready to deal with any situation. 15 companies of the Central Armed Police Force have been deployed and 10 additional companies are coming to help the police in maintaining law and order in Shillong.