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Trouble already brewing in TMC Meghalaya: Conrad Sangma

“Leaders of different political parties are campaigning today in the State. They are making tall claims. They don’t realise that they are not aware of any ground situation of Meghalaya, and just for the sake of campaign are making allegations. Post-election, all of them will disappear and only NPP will remain with the people of Meghalaya,” the chief minister said.

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National People’s Party (NPP) national president and Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma, on February 21, claimed that trouble is brewing in TMC Meghalaya camp as leaders are already questioning the decision to leave Congress, and asserted that many leaders will leave the party post-elections.

Sangma said this while addressing a public gathering at Garobadha, to seek support for party candidate Subir Marak, who is pitted against TMC’s Zenith Sangma in Rangsakona Constituency.

Asking both Mamata Banerjee and Abhishek Banerjee to be cautious of a possible disintegration of TMC in the state, Sangma said TMC’s efforts will go in vain when leaders are in disagreement.

“Leaders of different political parties are campaigning today in the State. They are making tall claims. They don’t realise that they are not aware of any ground situation of Meghalaya, and just for the sake of campaign are making allegations. Post-election, all of them will disappear and only NPP will remain with the people of Meghalaya,” the chief minister said.

Asking Mamata and Abhishek to handle their flock well, Sangma warned TMC of ditching their own party post-election results.

Urging people of Meghalaya to restore their faith in NPP once again, the CM further said, “People of Meghalaya have given their trust to NPP. People have seen the way our party has been committed to the cause of our people. We have envisioned a brighter future for Meghalaya and we will work as a team to build a stronger Meghalaya.”

Sangma also mocked TMC saying that TMC in Garo is a party that ‘lies’ and BJP is a party that ‘creates trouble’, whereas NPP is a party that initiates development.

Stating that the Government has ensured peace and stability in the State, he said, “A mandate for NPP in this election would ensure momentum of growth and development to continue.”

Seeking people’s support to elect him, NPP candidate from Rangsakona, Marak said if he is given the mandate, he will dedicate himself to the overall development of Rangsakona.

In the meeting, he also urged upon the NPP chief to establish a Govt college in Garobadha for the overall improvement of higher education in the area.

Subir also pledged that if he is elected, he would use his MLA salary for education of children in the constituency. After the meeting, the party supporters took out a bike rally.

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