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SHILLONG The election committee of the NPP will met in New Delhi on Friday to names of candidates for all the seats the party intends to contest in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
Informing this here on Thursday, Chief Minister and NPP national president, Conrad Sangma said that he was going to New Delhi to take part in the meeting of the election committee of the party and the candidates would be announced on Friday itself
On being asked if Agatha Sangma is the party candidate from Tura constituency, he said that she might contest as different individuals wants to contest the election and the election committee would take a final call on the matter.
Earlier, Conrad K Sangma maintained that the NPP will win the Tura Parliamentary seat despite the Congress decision to field former Chief Minister, Dr Mukul Sangma.
“We know that the party is getting a good response at the grass root level. The party organisation is very upbeat and therefore I am sure that the NPP would win the Tura seat by a very big margin,” Chief Minister said while talking to reporters
Sangma said that the Government and the party had been working very hard in the past one year and he is sure that the people of the State would like to see the good work of the present government continues in the days to come
It may be mentioned that the Congress had decided to field former Chief Minister from Tura Parliamentary seat and sitting MP, Vincent H Pala from the Shillong Parliamentary seat.
When asked if the controversy of Citizenship Amendment Bill has led to rift between NPP and its ally, BJP, he said that the NPP was very clear that there is no ambiguity in the stand of the NPP over the issue of CAB
“In coalition, there will be differences and areas of disagreement and CAB was an issue of disagreement and we were very clear that if certain line is crossed, it would lead us to break our ties with them,” the Chief Minister said.