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AICC admits rumblings within State Congress
SHILLONG: While admitting rumblings within ruling Congress, the AICC general secretary in-charge, Meghalaya, V Narayanasamy has ruled out the possibility of change of leadership.
“In any political party, there are differences of opinion. These are internal matters of the party which can be resolved easily,” he said.
Speaking to reporters here on Thursday, Narayanasamy said that there was no dissidence among the Congress legislators and maintained that he was not aware about the demand for change of leadership.
Recently eight legislators protested against the style and functioning of the Chief Minister and his Cabinet colleagues by shooting off a letter to MPCC chief DD Lapang.
Earlier in the day, the AICC general secretary in-charge, Meghalaya held a coordination committee meeting of the MPCC.
The coordination committee has been set up to address various issues and to settle the differences between the party members, legislators and the government.
Meanwhile, addressing a meeting of Congress office bearers, Narayanasamy urged the party workers and functionaries to evolve strategies to fight against the onslaught of the BJP “who are trying to forge alliance with the regional forces in the State.”
The party sources informed that, AICC general secretary specifically impressed on the need to evolve the strategies to combat the onslaught of the BJP.
According to party sources, he (Narayanansamy) also impressed upon the party leaders to remain united.