Congress holds review meeting with MPCC leaders in New Delhi
The All India Congress Committee (AICC) on November 18 held a review meeting with the top brass of the Meghalaya Congress over the party's poor performance in the recently concluded bye-polls.
Held in the presence of AICC general secretary Venugopal and AICC Meghalaya I/C Manish Chatrath, the meeting was attended by Meghalaya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president Vincent H. Pala, Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Mukul Sangma, working president MPCC Ampareen Lyngdoh, working president MPCC, Charles Pyngrope, and secretary AICC in-charge Manipur Charles Pyngrope, among others.
The AICC, in a statement, thanked the electorate for their support in the bye-polls, and vowed to remain united. "The party remains united and in one voice; and will face these elections and ensure that the state of Meghalaya is mandated to be governed by a strong, focused and corruption-free government post-2023," the statement read.
The meeting also resolved to consolidate on all strengths of the party in order to effectively overcome hurdles and challenges faced by the party in the run-up to the State Assembly elections, 2023.
The party also maintained that the increase in vote share of the party in the bye-elections is an encouraging base for the party, which the party will try to consolidate on.
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