3 BJP MDCs leave party join MNF
First Published: 12th May, 2023 21:56 IST
MNF Legislative Party Leader Rasik Mohan Chakma said in a letter to District Council & Minority Affairs Secretary that three BJP MDCs have joined the MNF Legislative Party
Three BJP MDCs – Santosh Chakma, Parimal Chakma and Montu Chakma – left the BJP and joined the MNF Legislature Party today.
The three newly elected BJP MDCs sent a letter to MNF Legislature Party Leader Rasik Mohan Chakma and District Council & Minority Affairs Secretary today said that the three members decided to leave BJP party and join MNF Legislature Party.
MNF Legislative Party Leader Rasik Mohan Chakma said in a letter to District Council & Minority Affairs Secretary that three BJP MDCs have joined the MNF Legislative Party. The matter will be submitted to the Governor soon.
CADC election results announced yesterday showed that MNF has won 10 seats out of 20 seats in CADC, now with the addition of the newly joined 3 MDC’s, MNF will have 13 seats.
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