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NPP terms VPP’s allegation as baseless, devoid of truth


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By Our Reporter

SHILLONG, March 20: The NPP on Wednesday countered the allegations of the VPP that the Congress leadership had transformed the party into a B team of the NPP and a C team of the BJP, and stated that the statement was a figment of their imagination bereft of facts.
NPP spokesperson HM Shangpliang said, “The NPP won the 2023 Assembly elections due to the overwhelming support of the people of the state based on the developmental work that the party had done from 2018-2023.”
“Today, the NPP blossoms with the support of the people because it has dared to address the long pending issues of the state that were left unattended and does not resort to mere hollow rhetoric,” he added.
Shangpliang further said, “The NPP is working hard to achieve a resounding victory in both the Parliamentary seats in the ensuing MP elections and is positively looking forward to continue its developmental agendas for the people and transformation of the state.”
The VPP had on Monday alleged that the Congress leadership in Meghalaya has transformed the party into a B team of the NPP and C team of the BJP. The vocal opposition party also accused the Congress leadership of working for the NPP in Meghalaya.
The VPP had claimed that the NPP in Meghalaya could have survived and succeeded only if the Congress was weakened and this objective was successfully met by the treacherous actions of the sitting Lok Sabha member and Congress chief, Vincent H Pala.


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