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We are not madmen, before signing the MoU, we read everything including the commas and fullstops: Prestone


SHILLONG, May 02: The Deputy Chief Minister of Meghalaya, Prestone Tynsong said that he has no problem to some organisations wishing to approach the Court if they are dissatisfied with Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to resolve the boundary dispute.

He stated that he agrees to leave the matter to the Court to decide because prior to signing the MoU, they read every line including the commas and fullstops also, and also all the documents pertaining to it because the problems had started right from 1972 and they are not madmen to have just signed it blindly.

Prestone Tynsong who is also the National Vice President of the National People’s Party (NPP), said that the NPP stands on one principle and that is to do what is right.

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