State committee of Meghalaya NSUI dissolved following resignations of president, vice-president
President of the National Students' Union of India (NSUI) Meghalaya unit Bansharailang Pyngrope, on December 2, tendered his resignation citing the “business approach of the newly appointed state PCC chief” as the reason.
In a letter addressed to Neeraj Kundan, the National President of NSUI, Pyngrope expressed his gratitude to the union and Congress Party for “hand holding” him into student politics but said that “recent developments in the Meghalaya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) have left us orphans in the party”.
“The reasons for all of us to leave is not due to the Congress party neither the NSUI or its leadership but simply because of the business approach of the newly appointed PCC chief who does not have any regard for hard work, sincerity and dedication (sic),” Pyngrope stated in the letter.
Meanwhile, Changkam M Sangma, vice president of NSUI, on Thursday, also tendered his resignation stating similar reasons as Pyngrope.
“There is no speck of doubt on how good the ideology of Congress is, but few individuals in the helm of affairs in the state PCC seems to be playing the game of chess with their members by appointing anyone to any position without any due diligence. Sadly, in this case not a chess matter but a dilettante (sic),” read a letter by Sangma addressed to National President of NSUI.
Following the letters, National President Kundan approved of the proposal to dissolve the state committee of Meghalaya State NSUI, along with the state president.
“The new appointment of the State Committee will be notified soon,” read a letter undersigned by Anushesh Sharma, National General Secretary, NSUI, issued today.
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