Meghalaya Deputy Chief Minister Prestone Tynsong on May 11 dared the opposition Congress to come out with a blueprint to assist stranded citizens from others states of the country.
“If they are serious, let them come out with a blueprint,” Tynsong said. He further asked why the opposition Congress does not donate to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund?
The deputy chief minister denied that the government has received any letter from the Meghalaya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) which had sought the list of individuals stranded in Meghalaya who wish to return home and the cost of their rail tickets.
On May 8, the MPCC Working President James Lyngdoh wrote to Chief Secretary MS Rao seeking a list of individuals stranded in Meghalaya who wish to return home and the cost of their rail tickets.