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TMC leader Mukul Sangma terms NPP as “opportunist” and “unreliable” party

Mawshynrut (Meghalaya): Former Meghalaya Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Dr. Mukul Sangma on Friday described the ruling National People’s Party (NPP) as an “opportunist” and “unreliable” party.
Addressing a gathering at Mawshynrut assembly constituency in West Khasi Hills, Sangma exuded confidence that “Meghalaya will vote for change this time” in the 2023 assembly elections.

“They are wasting all our resources. I want to ask, why the sitting MLA hasn’t brought any formidable change in the constituency during his tenure? It’s not too late before the people will give them a befitting answer,” he added.
Terming Chief Minister Conrad Sangma as the “puppet” of the BJP, the TMC leader said, ““In 2018 elections, BJP members came and appointed Conrad Sangma as the Chief Minister so he acts as their puppet. Everyone knows how Home Minister Amit Shah came and pursued Chief Minister Conrad Sangma for the border deal, and within a month he signed the border agreement with Assam.”
“Now, NPP is saying they’ll scrap the alliance with BJP and contest alone in the upcoming 2023 elections. These divisive forces from outside came in and formed an unholy alliance.” “They
promised something before the elections, but did they keep their promises? This shows that this
is a govt that cannot be trusted by the people of the state. Meghalaya and its entire people will
vote for change in the coming elections,” Sangma added. (UNI)

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