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Meghalaya: Cong is crashing, says Ampareen

First Published: 20th October, 2022 21:23 IST

What will be the fate of Congress? Suspended Cong MLA Ampareen Lyngdoh says time may has arrived to believe that there is no other option.

Suspended Meghalaya Congress MLA Ampareen Lyngdoh said that the prevailing situation in the Congress gives her a reconfirmation that may be it is time to move on, or there is no way out of left with no other option.

Citing the controversy of Shashi Tharoor ‘feeling’ some kind of deviation in the prescribed norms for elections to the post of AICC president, Lyngdoh said that she would gracefully leave when already “a leg is outside”.

Lyngdoh feels that the prevailing situation is not going to do well in favour of the Congress. Lyngdoh feels that the Congress is crashing down further.

Ampareen Lyngdoh said that the grand old party could have held the elections more elegantly while she backed Shashi Tharoor, who was defeated in the race for AICC president’s post.

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