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Nagaland Dy CM Y Patton confident of BJP’s absolute majority in Manipur Assembly Elections

Exuding confidence, Nagaland deputy Chief Minister Yanthungo Patton claimed that BJP would perform better and would secure absolute majority in 2022 Manipur election. Y Patton, who led a 4-member delegation

Exuding confidence, Nagaland deputy Chief Minister Yanthungo Patton claimed that BJP would perform better and would secure absolute majority in 2022 Manipur election.

Y Patton, who led a 4-member delegation of Nagaland BJP to Manipur, visited Ukhrul district on Monday and extended their support and best wishes to 3 BJP candidates.

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The Deligation’s meeting with Chief Minister N Biren Singh today has been deferred due to the Chief Minister’s hectic schedule for election campaign.

However Patton informed that he will visit Manipur again to meet Biren Singh as well as campaign for BJP candidates in the Hill districts.

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First Published: 15th February, 2022 15:43 IST

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