Months Before Meghalaya Assembly elections, three MLAs including two from NPP resigned

HY News 29 November, 2022 10:09 am IST

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Months ahead of Meghalaya Assembly elections, two MLAs from ruling National People’s Party (NPP) and a Trinamool Congress MLA resigned from their legislator posts on Monday.

The two NPP legislators - Benedic R. Marak (Raksamgre) and Ferlin C.A. Sangma (Selsella) and AITC legislator, Himalaya Muktan Shangpliang (Mawsynram) handed over their resignation letter to Speaker, Metbah Lyngdoh on Monday.

Media reports suggest Shangpliang said “We have submitted our resignations from our respective Assembly seats. All three of us are planning to join the BJP and very shortly, we would be joining the party and the intention of joining the party is three of us have one mind and that is development for the state”.

Refraining about the stating anything about the NPP, he further stated that Prime Minister Narendra Modi can change things.

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