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Another Congress MLA quits party, Assembly

Press Trust of India  |  Imphal 

Another of ruling Congress, Janghemlung Panmei, today resigned from the party's primary membership and the Legislative Assembly.

The reason for his resignation was not known. Panmei could not be contacted as his phone was switched off.



Panmei is the fourth to quit the party and House since September. The Assembly polls in the state to be held in early 2017.

state president T N Haokip told PTI that he had received Panmei's resignation letter.

"The reason for his resignation was best known to him only," Haokip said.

Assembly secretariat officials said the from Tamenglong district submitted his resignation to Speaker Thokchom Lokeshwar Singh.

Panmei was elected in 2012 to the Assembly as a candidate of the State Party (MSCP), a state party, but in April 2014, all the five MLAs of MSCP joined the Congress.

His resignation has not affected Congress' strength in the House as the party now has 48 members in the 60-member Assembly. However, the effective strength of the House is 52.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The reason for his resignation was not known. Panmei could not be contacted as his phone was switched off.

Panmei is the fourth to quit the party and House since September. The Assembly polls in the state to be held in early 2017.

state president T N Haokip told PTI that he had received Panmei's resignation letter.

"The reason for his resignation was best known to him only," Haokip said.

Assembly secretariat officials said the from Tamenglong district submitted his resignation to Speaker Thokchom Lokeshwar Singh.

Panmei was elected in 2012 to the Assembly as a candidate of the State Party (MSCP), a state party, but in April 2014, all the five MLAs of MSCP joined the Congress.

His resignation has not affected Congress' strength in the House as the party now has 48 members in the 60-member Assembly. However, the effective strength of the House is 52.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Another Congress MLA quits party, Assembly

Another of ruling Congress, Janghemlung Panmei, today resigned from the party's primary membership and the Legislative Assembly.

The reason for his resignation was not known. Panmei could not be contacted as his phone was switched off.

Panmei is the fourth to quit the party and House since September. The Assembly polls in the state to be held in early 2017.

state president T N Haokip told PTI that he had received Panmei's resignation letter.

"The reason for his resignation was best known to him only," Haokip said.

Assembly secretariat officials said the from Tamenglong district submitted his resignation to Speaker Thokchom Lokeshwar Singh.

Panmei was elected in 2012 to the Assembly as a candidate of the State Party (MSCP), a state party, but in April 2014, all the five MLAs of MSCP joined the Congress.

His resignation has not affected Congress' strength in the House as the party now has 48 members in the 60-member Assembly. However, the effective strength of the House is 52.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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