Meghalaya: No Return of the Rebel MLAs in State Congress Party Fold

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  • The rebel MLAs of the Meghalaya Congress legislators have cleared that they have got no desire to remain with the party anymore
  • The MLAs would join National People’s Party when the time would be appropriate
  • Ymbon is also expected to join NPP along with other rebel legislators

The rebel MLAs of the Meghalaya Congress legislators have cleared that they have got no desire to remain with the party anymore. Rowell Lyngdoh, the most senior leader among the group, spoke to the media on Sunday. He said that the MLAs would join National People’s Party when the time would be appropriate.

When the question about the returning of MLAs was asked to Chief Minister Mukul Sangma on Friday, he compared the rebel legislators with those who are undergoing labour pain. He further added that they would return after the ordeal.

Also Read: Meghalaya Power Minister Comingone Ymbon resigns

THE REBEL LEGISLATORS WOULD JOIN NPP ALONG WITH YMBON

On the other hand, Rowell said that the legislators who are going out of the party, would have a meeting after the session such that they could decide the future course of action. Rowell Lyngdoh said, “We will meet after the session to decide whether to resign as MLAs or wait for the announcement of polls”. It must be noted that Lyngdoh, Prestone Tynsong, Sniawbhalang Dhar and Ngaitlang Dhar would join the NPP. The resignation of Congress legislator Comingone Ymbon from the Cabinet had been considered as a major blow to the party before the polls. Ymbon is also expected to join NPP along with other rebel legislators.

Also Read: CM Mukul Sangma Dares Rebel MLAs to Quit Before Election 2018

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