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Meghalaya: NPP intact & ready for 2023 polls

Meghalaya NPP president WR Kharlukhi today said that his party is intact and will go all out to fight the 2023 assembly election. Kharlukhi made this statement when reports are

Meghalaya NPP president WR Kharlukhi today said that his party is intact and will go all out to fight the 2023 assembly election. Kharlukhi made this statement when reports are doing the rounds that leaders including MLAs of different parties are mulling to jump ship.

Kharlukhi infact appreciated the fact that former Chief Minister and TMC leader Mukul Sangma has admitted that few of his colleagues will be purportedly switching allegiance. Besides, Kharlukhi said that anti-incumbency is only a factor before the elections, but the results always come the other way round. The Meghalaya NPP president in this regard referred to the by-elections in 3 seats where NPP won all the seats.
Meanwhile, WR Kharlukhi also said that the term poaching has no significance in politics. Backing his statement, Kharlukhi said that leaders never want to stay in a party with no future thus prompting them to choose a better alternative. This does not in any case can be termed as poaching, according to WR Kharlukhi.

First Published: 20th May, 2022 22:02 IST

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