NSUI Meghalaya unit blames MPCC president for dividing party
Former National Students Union of India (NSUI) president of Meghalaya unit, Bansharailang Pyngrope, has blamed Meghalaya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president Vincent Pala for dividing the Congress party in the state.
Speaking to the press on December 2, he deliberated on the dissolution of the NSUI, stating that the youths did not join the party to become part of a divisive factor. He alleged that the new president and working president are dividing the people based on community - Khasi, Jaintia and Garo.
"We are here to show that we have resigned unanimously and NSUI is no longer present in Meghalaya," he said.
Pyngrope also shared his experience with Pala at his residence where the MPCC president asked him “if he had money”.
"He (Pala) asked me if I have lots of money. Such a question baffled me. It was an insult to me and my family who have been ardent Congress supporters," he said.
Pyngrope also alleged that the present Congress leadership has been spreading misinformation to the All India Congress Committee (AICC) that Pyngrope is the son of defected Congress leader Zenith Sangma.
"Do I look like the son of Zenith Sangma?" Pyngrope asked and went on to charge the present leadership of being avaricious.
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