Former Chief Minister and All India Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Sangma has alleged that the Congress in Meghalaya has betrayed the people of the state.

Sangma said that the decision taken by Congress in Meghalaya to partner with the government is a clear betrayal for the people of the state.

He added that Congress in Meghalaya is a complete “disarray and confusion”.

The former CM also claimed that if the Congress MLAs had the intention to serve the people of the state then they would all join the AITC.

As per reports, Sangma also stated that the Congress’s step to join the government which includes the NPP and the BJP is a clear sign that the Congress is desperate to remain in power.

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It may be mentioned that on Saturday, the 5 MLAs in Meghalaya Congress announced that they had extended their support to the NPP-led government.

The MLAs claimed that the move was made in the interest of the people in Meghalaya.

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It may be mentioned that in November, at least 12 MLAs of the Congress including Mukul Sangma, had ‘joined’ the TMC.

Mukul Sangma after joining the TMC said, “We have decided to join the Trinamool Congress (TMC) after much consideration.”

Mukul Sangma further said that the Congress party, which he and 11 other MLAs quit and joined the TMC, has failed to perform its duty as the main opposition party across India.

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