Mukul Sangma: NPP is opportunist and unreliable

Mukul refutes report of him and 12 others joining TMC

Shillong, Aug 11: All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) leader Dr. Mukul Sangma has said that NPP is opportunist and unreliable and that Meghalaya will vote for change this time.

Addressing the people, Dr. Mukul Sangma raised pertinent questions on NPP-BJP’s alliance, and 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 all it’s people will vote for change in the coming year.”

Further, attacking the NPP-led MDA government over ineffective and poor governance, Dr. Sangma added, “This is our democracy and we must work together to safeguard the interests of our people, our tribes, our culture, our kids, and for our coming generations. The current proxy-BJP government is inefficient in preserving the uniqueness of our identity. 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.”

TMC leader, Justin G Momin lambasting the current NPP MLA Gigur Myrthong over no development said, “Just go around the constituency and you’ll witness that there’s been no development whatsoever. If you see the health index, it has gone down all across the state, especially in this constituency. Despite the fact that this constituency shares its border with Assam, there’s no livelihood nor enough jobs. The government failed to leverage the connectivity this area shares with the neighboring state.”

Meghalaya TMC formed a block committee in Mawshynrut, West Khasi Hills, to connect more and more people at the grassroots level all across the state. The meeting was held in the presence of TMC senior party leader Dr. Mukul Sangma and TMC leader from Mawshynrut Justin G Momin along with other party members.

Meghalaya TMC block formation event got a grand reception from the people who gathered in large numbers. Meghalaya TMC pledges to work tirelessly to raise pertinent issues and bring a positive change in the lives of the people of Meghalaya.

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