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Conrad Sangma campaigns in Mukul Sangma’s home turf Songsak; says Mukul is busy in his own world

First Published: 14th February, 2023 19:05 IST

Conrad Sangma said,“People of Songsak should ask Mukul, if he wins both the seats, which one he will resign.”

The election tempo has intensified with every passing day and it has reached a new high as NPP Chief and Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma addressed multiple rallies to drum up support for party candidates in Songsak, the home turf of former Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma.

Seeking mandate for Songsak candidate Nihim D Shira, who is up against Mukul Sangma said,”people of Songsak had suffered as their MLA was busy only in politics running from Congress to TMC and failed to represent the aspiration of the people.”

Conrad Sangma alleged that Mukul Sangma was “ungrateful” since he chose to contest from Tikrikilla, while being an elected MLA from Songsak.

Conrad Sangma said,“People of Songsak should ask Mukul, if he wins both the seats, which one he will resign.”

According to Conrad Sangma, the mood is not in favour of TMC and feels that Mukul Sangma will lose both the seats.

If that was not all, Conrad Sangma went on to say, “He was busy in his own world. He forgot his people from the constituency and now he is juggling between Songsak and Tikrikilla with hope to win.”

While appealing the voters to exercise their franchise in favour of Songsak candidate Nihim D Shira, Conrad Sangma said, “People should not get carried away by his false promises, and vote for a party that is forming the Government with absolute majority.”

The Meghalaya Chief Minister also exuded confidence that his party will have the last in both Songsak and Tikrikilla, the strongholds of Mukul Sangma. Conrad Sangma said,“We are confident of winning majority of seats. Our reading is that this time NPP will win both Songsak and Tikrikilla. Mukul’s days are numbered as people will vote for a party that cares.”

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