Shillong, June 22 : NPP National President and Chief Minister Conrad Sangma has said that the State Government does not interfere in the political situations in the Autonomous District Councils (ADCs).
Sangma was reacting to a query on the decision of the NPP to topple the UDP-led Executive Committee in the KHADC through a No-Confidence motion.
He said that the political dynamics of the ADC is different from that of the state politics and normally the state government does not intervene in any of the political situations that are there in any of the district councils.
“The matters that are related to the ADCs are their internal matters and normally the state government does not intervene in any of the political situations that are there in any of the district councils be it Khasi, Jaintia or Garo Hills Autonomous District district Councils,” Sangma said.
He added that the ADCs are autonomous bodies with their own political dynamics, and the state government does not interfere in their day-to-day functioning.
When asked about the unhappiness of the UDP Chief on the political development, Sangma said that there were complications in the situation that required the NPP to take action.
“So yes there are challenges and complications as I said but we don’t interfere in the day to day function. Lot of things are there that are not even knowledge in the sense what complications there are and what politics that go on internally there are different situations that are faced on a day to day basis between different MDCs and the Executive committee (EC) so those challenges are always there and obviously it is up to the Chief Executive Member to manage and handle things,” Sangma said.