Meghalaya Polls: Congress approves state party panels for elections next year

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Story highlights

  • Congress recently approves state party panels for upcoming assembly polls
  • CM Mukul Sangma leading the manifesto committee of the state Congress
  • The campaign committee has 14 other members
  • The manifesto committee has seven other members, besides the chairman

Meghalaya is on the verge of Assembly Elections for the 60 seats and the ruling Congress party is planning to make it big. The party under the leadership of newly elected President Rahul Gandhi recently approved party panels for the upcoming polls in the state.

CM Mukul Sangma will lead the manifesto committee

The Chief Minister of Meghalaya will lead the manifesto committee for the upcoming elections in the state as decided by the Congress party who recently approved party panels in the state.

Apart from the Chief Minister, Home Minister HDC Lyngdoh chairs the party’s campaign panel.

The campaign committee has 14 other members while the manifesto committee has seven other members besides the chairman.

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The party is planning to win the assembly for the one more time and for this the blueprint of the election has been chalked out by the Congress in the Centre and the state fragment as well.

As per the agenda known till now, Congress will focus on the development they have made in the state under the Chief Minister Mukul Sangma’s reign and also target Bhartiya Janta Party that is keeping an eye on the majority seats of Meghalaya Assembly.

For the purpose, Chief Minister has opened the front against the Prime Minister as of when he visited the state to inaugurate the Shillong-Tura road project he countered Congress and CM Mukul Sangma.

In a counter to that, CM Mukul Sangma gave a fitting reply to the PM who raised questions on the status of development in the state under CM Sangma’s regime.

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