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HSPDP MLAs under pressure to withdraw support to NPP


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Shillong, March 3: Pressure is mounting on the two HSPDP MLAs Methodius Dkhar and Shakliar Warjri to withdraw their support to the NPP.
The HYC and Ka Sur U Paidbah ka Bri U Hynniewtrep (KSUP7T) will be holding two separate meetings on Saturday to protest against the decision of the two HSPDP MLAs.
The HYC will be holding a meeting in Motphran on Saturday at 1pm to condemn the decision of the two HSPDP MLAs for not agreeing to be part of the move to form the government to be led by the regional parties sans NPP.
The effigies of the two MLAs will be burnt during the meeting to pressure them to withdraw their support given to the NPP.
Similarly, the KSUP7T will have a similar meeting near Madan Heh, Mawlai Phudmuri on Saturday at 10am to condemn the two HSPDP MLAs.
Besides burning of the effigies, they will also demand the two MLAs to immediately withdraw the letter of the support to the NPP.
Earlier, the KSUP7T had urged upon the newly-elected MLAs not to join hands either with the BJP or NPP.
The leaders of the KSUP7T also informed that they met the 30 newly-elected MLAs of the UDP, VPP, Congress, AITC, PDF, HSPDP and an independent MLA from Rambrai-Jyrngam during their meeting at the official residence of Home Minister, Lahkmen Rymbui.
The KSUP7T welcome the move to install a new coalition government without the NPP and BJP.


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