Meghalaya Cong concerned over infighting within Party
The infighting between party leaders Dr Mukul Sangma and Vincent Pala has become a matter of concern for the Meghalaya Congress. Congress leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Deborah Marak
The infighting between party leaders Dr Mukul Sangma and Vincent Pala has become a matter of concern for the Meghalaya Congress.
Congress leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Deborah Marak has urged the veteran party leaders to bury the hatchet and work together for strengthening the party.
Deborah, who expressed resentment over the internal feud, stressed on the need to hammer out the differences between the two leaders at the earliest. She further appealed to the party’s central leadership to expedite the process of discussions with the duo towards resolving the matter.
First Published: 25th September, 2021 15:46 IST
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