Meghalaya Polls 2018: NCP General Praful Patel to visit the state on Jan 16

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Story highlights

  • NCP general secretary Praful Patel to visit Meghalaya on Jan 16
  • He will hold a public rally in Tura on Jan 17
  • Patel will be accompanied by the in-charge of Northeast, NCP

The National Congress Party(NCP) General Secretary Praful Patel is all set to visit Meghalaya on January 16. On his visit, he will conduct an election rally in Tura.

Two-day visit, two events

Meghalaya is on the verge of Assembly elections and the political parties of the state and from the Centre are executing their strategies to make it to the assembly seats.

Meanwhile, the ace leaders from various parties recently visited Meghalaya to hold public rallies, this includes PM Modi and Amit Shah who visited to kick-start their election campaign.

In the series, the National Congress Party’s Chief Praful Patel will visit the state on January 16 and 17.

Also Read: Meghalaya: Congress Slams NPP as ‘B’ Party of BJP, What’s the Take?

According to a release issued by the NCP Meghalaya unit, Patel will be visiting Shillong on the January 16.

During his visit to the state, he will lay the foundation stone for the Party’s office at Bivar Road, Shillong.

He will then travel to Tura on January 17 where he will be addressing a public rally to start the election campaign for the party in the state.

As per the information, Patel will be accompanied by Narendra Verma, the in-charge North-East, NCP.

The NCP national general secretary will also meet party members after which he will be addressing a press conference at Pine Wood Hotel in Shillong.

In the to-do list of Praful Patel, there is another event for which he will also visit the NCP Party office at Lailumkhrah on January 16.

In Tura, Patel will again hold a meeting with party leaders in Garo Hills after which, he will be addressing a press conference in NCP office at Tetengkol, Tura on January 17.

Also Read: Can UDP-HSPDP alliance turn out to be a stumbling block for Congress?


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