Sangma visits border for election manifesto draft


Pothashang News Service: Imphal, November 19, 2018: Congress Working Committee (CWC) member and former Meghalaya chief minister Dr Mukul Sangma today visited Indo-Myanmar border town Moreh and to understand about the order row which he said was a serious concern for the Congress party.

Sangma visited integrated check post during his tour at the border. He said in order to resolve any issue on Indo-Myanmar border area border trade need to be promoted as it would benefit both sides. When both sides prosper dispute between the two neighbouring country will disappear, he added.

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Sangma is in Manipur to gather public opinions and suggestions for drafting the Congress party’s manifesto for the upcoming Lok Sabha election.

He reached Imphal yesterday. He said he would travel across the nation to interact with all sections of people to understand their problems and aspirations. For that he is here to understand the grievances and views on development of public leaders and civil society organisations with Manipur PCC.

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Sangma is entrusted to collect people’s feedback on the issues associated with border, migration, federalism, and regionalism for drafting the manifesto.

He said people’s problems and aspirations may be different from region to region.  However there would be common agenda for all.

Congress party always takes all its promises seriously through election manifestoes, Sangma said.


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