With all misunderstandings resolved, we’re geared up for bye-polls: MPCC chief Vincent Pala
Informing that all is well in the state Congress camp, Meghalaya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) chief Vincent H Pala on October 15 said that the party’s high command has resolved the recent “misunderstandings” in the party and now, their focus is entirely on the upcoming bye-polls.
“There was a problem between Mukul (Sangma) and All India Congress Committee (AICC) but that has been solved by the AICC; all issues are over,” said Pala, adding that the former chief minister will campaign to drum up support for the party’s candidates in the upcoming bye-polls to the three constituencies, on October 30.
“I too will campaign. In fact, I have been campaigning every day. I have been going to house meetings here. I will also be going to Garo Hills,” said the Shillong MP, informing that all the top leaders of the party will be campaigning and there will be a meeting of the CLP today in this regard.
“Our preparation is good. We have formed committees in the respective constituencies. The committees comprises the MLAs, MDCs, party workers and they are on the ground. I think we should win from all three seats. We are giving a good fight in all the three seats,” he said, exuding confidence.
As many as 13 candidates are in the fray to contest the upcoming bye-elections to the three Assembly constituencies - Mawryngkneng, Mawphlang and Rajabala - on October 30. And the date for counting has been fixed on November 2.
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