MPCC accuses existing Manipur government as illegal
Pothasnang News Service: Imphal, September 4, 2019: The present coalition government of Manipur was formed illegally under conspiracy and hence it does not have a name, said Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC), president, Gaikhangam.
He made the accusation during one-day interaction programme booth level congress worker of 57- Henglep constituency and MPCC held on Wednesday at Tokpa Kabui community hall, Churachandpur district.
Government has to protect and honour law but the present government violates law. Nothing can be expected from the government, said Gaikhangam.
The present government was formed beyond rules and regulation, he alleged. State Congress party claimed that the party was single largest political party in the recent general assembly election but ignoring the claim of Congress and with the fear of central government state Bharatiya Janata Party was declared to form the government under coalition with other allied political parties under conspiracy, he added.
Though the present coalition government, which is supposed to have a name, does not have a name as it was formed illegally, he said.
People should not be disheartened though present government was formed using power. As people are still accepting Congress party, the party will fight to return in the state government by 2022.
Under Mission 2022 congress party will win with absolute majority with 45 seats due to the reason of conducting such booth level interaction programme throughout the state. To strengthen a party there should not have communication gap between workers of grass root level and leaders of the party, Gaikhangam said.
He said present government has high percentage in lying. No developmental work has been taken up so far.
Former minister, T. Manga Vaiphei, former minister Oken and others attend the programme.
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