Blow to Mamata’s party TMC and NPP in Meghalaya, three MLAs resign, speculation to join BJP

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Earlier than the Meghalaya Meeting elections 2023, the Nationwide People’s Party (NPP) and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s get together TMC have suffered a significant setback. Two MLAs of NPP and considered one of TMC resigned from the meeting on Monday.

All three MLAs resigned from the get together together with leaving the Legislature

NPP MLAs Ferlin Sangma, Benedict Marak and TMC’s HM Shangpliang have resigned from the meeting in addition to membership of their respective events. Meeting Commissioner and Secretary Andrew Simmons stated that the NPP legislators have submitted their resignations to Meeting Speaker Metbah Lyngdoh.

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All three MLAs can be part of BJP

In accordance with sources, the three leaders who resigned might be part of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) subsequent month. The BJP is an ally within the NPP-led Meghalaya Democratic Alliance. Welcoming the transfer, a senior BJP chief stated, “They (the resigning MLAs) have realized that the BJP is the only party which is focusing on the overall development of the state.” Meeting elections are to be held in Meghalaya early subsequent yr.

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