Meghalaya CM tweets about Northeast Live Conclave 2024
First Published: 7th February, 2024 15:37 IST
Sangma was involved in a candid heart-to-heart interview with Wasbir Hussain yesterday at the first-ever conclave of Northeast Live
Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma thanked Northeast Live for organizing it first-ever conclave which allowed for a wide spectrum of opinions about where the region is heading. He further said that it was a pleasure to join Northeast Live’s Editor-in-Chief Wasbir Hussain along with Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio at the conclave.
He mentioned that he had the opportunity to talk about his political journey, lessons life had taught him through failure, his party the National People’s Party and what the future holds for the Northeastern region.
He also shared the video links of his interviews.
Taking to his official X handle, Chief Minister Sangma wrote, “It was a great pleasure to join @WasbirH in the @NELiveTV Conclave 2024 alongside Hon’ble CM of Nagaland, Sh. @Neiphiu_Rio. Spoke about many topics from my political journey, the lessons life taught me through failure, the stand of the National People’s Party, and what the future holds for the North East. Thank North East Live for organizing the Conclave which gave a wide spectrum of opinions on where we are heading as a region. Links to the interviews— https://youtu.be/1WH60748eo4 https://youtube.com/watch?v=PRThimyhbWk”
Sangma was involved in a candid heart-to-heart interview with Wasbir Hussain yesterday at the first-ever conclave of Northeast Live. He was asked probing questions about if he had any political advantages being a son of a former Chief Minister, the challenges faced by the Northeastern region among others.
He candidly replied that there were certain benefits of being a Chief Minister’s son but ultimately a person has to deliver results, without which the general public will see through him, and his background will only help him for so long. He further added that the Northeastern states, being small in size, faces certain challenges but every state faces its own unique challenges and everyone has its own advantages and disadvantages.
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