Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma on Friday interacted virtually with Indian students studying at the Harvard College in the US.

The interaction was held as part of the Harvard College US-India Initiative (HUII) Conference.

HUII founded in 2011, engages students from across the globe in discussions on the different political, social, economic and environmental challenged facing India.

The organization organizes a conference in India every year, giving the youths of the country an opportunity to hear from different successful people on vital issues concerning the country.

However, this year the interaction was held virtually in view of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

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The chief minister discussed on issues on Meghalaya and India with the participating students during the conference.

He also shared his personal experiences of being in politics with the students.

“Had a great time interacting with our young and bright minds in the @Harvard College US-India Initiative (HUII) Conference. We spoke about issues that affect #Meghalaya & India today, the #COVID19, pandemic, environment issues & my journey in politics. My best wishes to the Team!” tweeted Conrad Sangma.

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