Govindas Konthoujam had recently resigned from the post of Manipur Congress party president
From opposing lockdowns to demanding lockdowns, and urging to launch a free mass vaccination drive across the country to questioning vaccines, the opposition is leaving no stone unturned in undermining India’ battle against COVID-19, stated a release signed by Wilubou Newmai.
The Congress party has accused the chief minister of misleading the House in regards to the power purchase agreement signed with the National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (NTPC) in 2007.
Alleging that the state government was caught sleeping over the ILP issue, Congress leader Mukul Sangma said that CLP had to pull up the state government in the last Assembly session.
Congress party countrywide celebrated the 136th Indian National Congress Foundation Day on Monday.
Chief Minister N Biren was addressing a political conference held in favour of independent candidate for the ensuing by-poll of Lilong AC Abdul Nasir at Lilong Mairenkhun Chingya.
MPCC president Okendro expressed confidence that the Congress party will return to power in Manipur.
In the realm of love and sacrifice, the one who is sacrificing is always the loser.
Okendro appealed to the people of the state to make efforts towards achieving a peaceful and developed society.
The seven intending candidates for the by-elections in Lilong are Khadijan Bibi, Muhammad Hassan, Azizul Haque Khan, Abdul Zabir Khan, Liyaquat Ali Khan, Sayed Ahamad and Dr Syed Burhanuddin.
All of them belong to three polling stations of Heirok A/C, namely, 33/23 - Heirok Part III Ngarouthel, 33/24 – Heirok Part III Lam Mari Phangba Maning and 33/25 – Heirok Part III Lam Mari Phangba Mamang.
Veteran Congress leader O Joy stated that the speaker has “conducted himself in a manner unbecoming of the Speaker of the Assembly”.
The two members of Churachandpur ADC who submitted resignation letters were executive member Lalhrillien and deputy chairman Genneihkhup Vaiphei