Meghalaya government has signed a peace pact with yet another militant outfit, the United A'chik Liberation Army, UALA, which was active in the Garo Hills region of the state. State Chief Secretary, P B O Warjri said the government will facilitate the procedures to rehabilitate the UALA cadres. UALA Chairman Novembirth Marak alias Chiindik and General Secretary Nagra D Shira Friday signed the deal with the State government representatives - Commissioner and Secretary Garo Hills Division, Peter W Ingty and Commissioner and Secretary, Political Department, Jopthiaw Lyngdoh. 
Chief Minister Mukul Sangma and Home Minister Roshan Warjri were present when the pact was signed in Tura,
headquarters of Garo Hills division. Mr Sangma termed the signing as historic and hoped it would pave way for other militant outfits to shun violence and follow suit.

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