‘In a state of insanity’: Meghalaya Congress MLA Ampareen Lyngdoh hints at ‘moving forward’


Senior Meghalaya Congress pioneer and MLA Ampareen Lyngdoh has alluded to “continuing on and serve individuals” of the state, assuming she gets a suspension letter.

Addressing this reporter, Meghalaya MLA Ampareen Lyngdoh, in spite of the fact that didn’t explicitly expressed her arrangements, yet alluded to joining an alternate party.

“Three-year suspension implies they (Congress) don’t maintain that us should give party tickets for the 2023 Assembly races as well as 2024 Lok Sabha decisions,” the ‘suspended’ Meghalaya Congress MLA said.
Notwithstanding, Ampareen Lyngdoh added that she would need to think about her political vocation and wishes of individuals, if the “three-year suspension reports are valid”.She added: “The present moment we are showing restraint. We are not taking any choice. How about we watch out for what comes next straightaway.”

Expressing that “no specific party can determine the destiny of individuals”, Amapreen Lyngdoh affirmed that she will challenge the 2023 Meghalaya Assembly races.

“Individuals will choose our (five ‘suspended’ Congress MLAs) destiny, not us or a specific ideological group,” Lyngdoh said.
“As things stand today, we (five suspended Congress MLAs) are in an extremely insane circumstance. In fact we are still individuals from the Congress party,” Meghalaya MLA Ampareen Lyngdoh added.

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