Meghalaya Assembly Elections: NPP will not form pre-election alliance with any party, says CM Conrad K Sangma

New Delhi, August 27: Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma said on Saturday that his party, the National People’s Party (NPP), would not form any pre-election alliance with any party, including the BJP, for the upcoming parliamentary elections in the country. State.

“It’s not just the BJP, we are not entering the coalition with any political party,” Sangma said.

Meghalaya assembly elections are expected to take place early next year. Rajasthan Student Union Election Result 2022: Nirmal Choudhary elected President of the University of Rajasthan.

However, on the issue of the party’s relationship with the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), Sangma said that the NPP will continue to stay in the BJP-led NDA and support based on the issues.

“We have always supported the NDA. The contestation of the election is about the identity of the political parties. Once the election is over and if the situation arises to form the coalition government, we will decide as in the past whenever the situation will arise, we have supported the NDA and worked with the alliance,” he said.

The Meghalaya Chief Minister also added that the two political parties, BJP and NPP, are not ideologically on the same page on many issues. He was addressing a press conference after the national executive meeting here on Saturday.

The National Chairman of the NPP said: “In less than six years since its establishment, the NPP has achieved national party status, where many other political parties are still struggling. This is not just a matter of pride , but an indication that the has been widely accepted in the region and people want the NPP to be the voice and platform for the unknown.” Sonali Phogat murder case: metamemphatamine drug administered to TikTok star recovered from restroom of Curlies restaurant, Goa Police say.

Sangma also announced that his party will contest the upcoming Assembly polls in Odisha and Chhattisgarh.

The Meghalaya chief minister went on to add that the NPP would not remain confined to the northeastern boundaries, adding that the party was also planning to challenge the assembly polls in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.

However, he also maintained that the NPP would remain focused on state elections in Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh.

(The story above first appeared on LatestLY on August 27, 2022 at 10:54 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and fashion of life, log on to our website