"There shall be no meeting or campaigning within Garo Hills, nobody shall carry posters, banners, symbols of Congress till Chief Minister Mukul Sangma gives clarifications within three days on its position on the peace talks," GNLA Political Affairs Secretary Bikdot Marak said in a statement in Shillong on Thursday night.
The ultras issued the statement in the wake of recent reports that appeared in local media that the Chief Minister and the Union Ministry of Home Affairs had made conflicting statements on the peace talks with the organisation.
The GNLA has already appointed church leaders and a lawyer to negotiate peace on its behalf.

Voting for Tura and Shillong Lok Sabha seats in Meghalaya will take place on April 9.


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