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Anti-incumbency will not impact party: Sniawbhalang Dhar

He also expressed confidence that the people of the state will make wise decisions because the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance government, led by the NPP, has done a lot of development over the past five years.

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National People’s Party (NPP) leader Sniawbhalang Dhar stated on December 5 that anti-incumbency will not have any impact on the party’s chances of winning the state’s upcoming 2023 Assembly elections.

According to Dhar, “Anti-incumbency is present, but we will show it in the election results.”

He also expressed confidence that the people of the state will make wise decisions because the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance government, led by the NPP, has done a lot of development over the past five years.

He said his former colleagues in the Congress are also making a wise decision by joining the NPP because “they see how it works. It is as simple as that and they see the performance of the government.”

When asked, the NPP leader said that he does not see the United Democratic Party (UDP) and other political parties as a threat to his party in the coming 2023 polls.

“We are fighting almost everywhere that is a part of politics. But it doesn’t mean they are a threat to us. Yes of course in quite a number of seats we are fighting against UDP, independent candidates and other parties but there will be no threat against NPP,” he said.

Further, Dhar also revealed that many political parties have approached him and said, “But they should know that I am the senior leader of the NPP. UDP can approach me, BJP can approach me – there is no harm as that is a part of politics. Everybody has the right to come and approach but I have to stick to my own party only.”

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