Meghalaya CM slams Opposition for “creating” confusion over selection of MDA candidate for RS polls
By migrator | Sun, 8 Mar 2020
Shillong, March 08:
Meghalaya Chief Minister, Conrad K Sangma has accused the Congress of trying to create confusion over the selection of NPP State president, Dr. W.R. Kharlukhi as the consensus candidate of the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance (MDA) for the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls.
"The Congress is trying to create this confusion since it does not have its own candidature. It is a sad to see that the Congress is looking into another party to find the candidature. It clearly reflects the kind of mindset and current status of the Congress. It is very sad that the Congress could not find its own person," Sangma told reporters here on Saturday.
It may be mentioned that senior Congress leader, Ampareen Lyngdoh had stated that the Congress is ready to support any consensus candidate of the MDA on the condition that it should not be from the NPP.