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In a serious setback for the Congress in Meghalaya, no less than 12 of the 18 social gathering MLAs led by opposition chief Mukul Sangma have joined Trinamool Congress (TMC), social gathering sources have stated.

Trinamool Congress’s Rajya Sabha Member Sushmita Dev and a detailed affiliate of Sangma instructed IANS that the opposition chief together with 11 different Congress MLAs have joined the Trinamool Congress.

Of the 12 Congress legislators who joined the Trinamool, eight MLAs are from Garo Hills, whereas 4 lawmakers are from Khasi Jaintia hills.

With the newest political growth, regardless of not profitable any seat within the 2018 Meeting elections to the 60-member meeting, the Trinamool Congress turned the principle opposition social gathering in Meghalaya home.

Former Meghalaya chief minister Sangma is claimed to be upset over the appointment of Shillong Lok Sabha Member Vincent H. Pala because the state Congress President in September.

Sangma reportedly met Trinamool’s Nationwide Normal Secretary Abhishek Banerjee in Kolkata final month triggering hypothesis amid a reported rift inside the Congress within the northeastern state. Sangma had termed it as a courtesy assembly.

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