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NPP will be voted to power in Meghalaya, says Conrad Sangma

IANS  |  Bajengdoba (Meghalaya) 

Targeting Meghalaya's ruling for failing to ensure transparency, supremo, Conrad K. on Saturday voiced confidence that his party will be voted to power in the state.

"People have realised that there is no future in the We are extremely confident that with the united support, NPP would be able to form the next government in Meghalaya, a for inclusive growth and development," he said at a rally for party candidate contesting from Bajengdoba assembly constituency.

"We have to end the rule forever and choose a party that would work to create a new as the has failed to ensure transparency in implementation of different central schemes and the end result has been that people have suffered a lot," the lone member said.

Voicing confidence that NPP is emerged as a major political force and will form the government, said: "(Chief Minister) Mukul (Sangma) cannot fool the people of anymore. The wave of NPP is strong and is only growing. People of have faith in us and we will not leave any stones unturned to fulfill their expectations."

Welcoming hundreds of workers to NPP fold, he claimed that Mukul will lose in both Ampati and Songsak assembly constituencies.

Hitting out at the for his failure to implement the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana roads scheme in interior areas of Garo Hills, mentioned his recent journey to Kharkutta constituency, where there is no proper road for about 300 villages.

"The has focused only in Ampati but the fact remains that he could not even development Ampati. It is time that we wake up and ensure the end of for once and all," he added.

also mocked the for initiating false propaganda to create fear that if NPP is given the mandate, religious institutions and minorities will face harassment as NPP is an ally of the BJP.

The NPP, founded by former Lok Sabha Purno to champion the cause of the people of the northeast, is supporting the BJP-led NDA government at the centre and in



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First Published: Sat, February 10 2018. 19:08 IST