Nirmala Sitharaman releases the Meghalaya Vision Document

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Story highlights

  • Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is in Meghalaya today
  • She released the Meghalaya Vision Document, an election manifesto of BJP
  • Its time for change in Meghalaya, its time for BJP says Defence Minister

As the elections are approaching the three northeastern states of the country, BJP with an aim of making government in all the three state, released its Vision Document for Meghalaya. It is an election manifesto that was released by the Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in the state today.

It’s time for change in Meghalaya-Defence Minister

The Defence Minister of the country and an ace BJP leader Nirmala Sitharaman is in the poll-bound Meghalaya today. Sitharaman released the Vision Document, an election manifesto of Bhartiya Janata Party promising various initiatives to be taken by the party if they form a government in the state.

In the event, the Defence Minister was accompanied by the BJP election incharge for Meghalaya, KJ Alphons and the former legislator of Congress Sanbor Shullai, who recently joined the party ahead of the elections.

After releasing the Vision Document, Sitharaman held a press conference where she stated the need for a change in Meghalaya.

Starting her interaction with the media of the state, Sitharaman said, “its the time for a change in Meghalaya and its time for BJP, the party is bringing this change via its Vision Document.”

Adding to this, she stated, “the party is working on the national message of the PM, ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikaas’ for an all over development of each and every person of the country.”

During this, Sitharaman targeting the ruling Congress government in the state for past 10 years said that these 10 years was a golden period of the party as the same party was in power at the centre as well.

“If the party which has been in power in the state for 10 years, a substantial part of these 10 years was the same party ruling in Delhi, you would think the aspirations of the people of Meghalaya will be addressed. But we don’t find it today, hence there is a need for a change in Meghalaya,” Sitharaman stated.

Also Read: Meghalaya Polls: Amit Shah to visit on Friday, will hold two election rallies


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