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Agatha Sangma takes to YouTube stressing on the idea of ‘change’

First Published: 13th February, 2018 8:44 IST

NPP leader and former Union Minister Agatha Sangma posted a video on YouTube, where she stressed the need to bring about changes and development. She, incidentally, is contesting the February 27 polls

NPP leader and former Union Minister Agatha Sangma posted a video on YouTube, where she stressed the need to bring about changes and development. She, incidentally, is contesting the February 27 polls from South Tura constituency.

With the battle for the three Northeastern States of Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland heating up, it is interesting to see political parties and the candidates taking to the social media and video uploading sites to send their mesasges to voters.

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