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Pillai to review northeast's law and order situation

Union Home Secretary G.K. Pillai Thursday arrived in Meghalaya to review the overall law and situation in the region with police chiefs of the eight northeastern states.

Pillai will Friday chair the board meeting of North Eastern Police Academy (NEPA) and take stock of the functioning of academy in terms of imparting training and future development programmes.

'There are lots of issues that will be deliberated and I cannot share them with you,' NEPA director R.R. Verma told IANS.

He also said that the state police chiefs of eight northeastern states will attend the meeting.

Later in the day, Pillai is scheduled to meet Meghalaya Governor R.S. Mooshahary, Chief Minister Mukul Sangma and Chief Secretary W.M.S. Pariat.

He will discuss the internal security situation and the boundary dispute with Assam, and review the progress of the border fencing work along the Bangladesh border.

Earlier, soon after his arrival from New Delhi, Pillai visited the headquarters of Assam Rifles, the oldest paramilitary force in the country.

He also inaugurated the Assam Rifles auditorium at Laitkor, around 20 km, from here. The auditorium is a state of the art facility with a seating capacity of 600. Union Home Secretary G.K. Pillai Thursday arrived in Meghalaya to review the overall law and situation in the region with police chiefs of the eight northeastern states.

Pillai will Friday chair the board meeting of North Eastern Police Academy (NEPA) and take stock of the functioning of academy in terms of imparting training and future development programmes.

'There are lots of issues that will be deliberated and I cannot share them with you,' NEPA director R.R. Verma told IANS.

He also said that the state police chiefs of eight northeastern states will attend the meeting.

Later in the day, Pillai is scheduled to meet Meghalaya Governor R.S. Mooshahary, Chief Minister Mukul Sangma and Chief Secretary W.M.S. Pariat.

He will discuss the internal security situation and the boundary dispute with Assam, and review the progress of the border fencing work along the Bangladesh border.

Earlier, soon after his arrival from New Delhi, Pillai visited the headquarters of Assam Rifles, the oldest paramilitary force in the country.

He also inaugurated the Assam Rifles auditorium at Laitkor, around 20 km, from here. The auditorium is a state of the art facility with a seating capacity of 600.