Meeting BJP leaders in Delhi Mukul Sangma of TMC deny claims

Meeting BJP leaders in Delhi Mukul Sangma of TMC deny claims

Shillong: Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader and former Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma has dismissed reports of a meeting with Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders in New Delhi as “speculation, speculation and presumption”.

Sangma urged the media to hear from them directly before publishing such stories, saying they send mixed messages and distract from important issues.
Regarding BJP leader Alexander Laloo Hek’s claims that the two had discussed merging into the saffron party, Sangma said they had only congratulated each other over tea, and Hake had called the National People’s Congress. Expressed concern over the continuation of the current political alliance in the leadership. Party (NPP).
Sangma dismissed Hake’s claim that he asked him to join the BJP, saying it was natural for political parties to strategize and that the TMC had also roped in other MLAs into their party. Trying to bring

Sangma stressed the need for political unity in Meghalaya and criticized the failure of like-minded parties to form an alternative government after the March 2 assembly polls.
He also condemned the merger of the Peoples Democratic Front (PDF) with the NPP as a “desperate attempt” to stay in power.

The TMC leader vowed to protect the interests of the people of the state and fight the government in the coming days.

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