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Meghalaya House session set to be stormy

By The Assam Tribune
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SHILLONG, Sept 5 - The Autumn Session of the Meghalaya Assembly starting tomorrow, is set to be a stormy one with the Opposition Congress planning to put the ruling National People�s Party (NPP)-led Government on the mat.

Leader of the Opposition Mukul Sangma said the Opposition would raise the BJP�s allegations against the Government about lack of development and corruption, besides the impact of Assam�s National Register of Citizens (NRC) on the State and the drug menace.

�We have seen a statement of the BJP, which is one of the national parties instrumental in installing this Government. They have expressed concern over alleged lack of development across the State and corruption,� Sangma said.

The BJP, which has two members in the Assembly, is supporting the Conrad Sangma-led Government.

Sangma has also accused Chief Minister Conrad Sangma of being involved in illegal mining and transport of coal. He also accused the Power Department headed by James Sangma of corruption in the implementation of the Rs 500-crore Saubhagya scheme. The Chief Minister, however, rubbished the Congress� charges of corruption against his Government. � IANS

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Meghalaya House session set to be stormy

SHILLONG, Sept 5 - The Autumn Session of the Meghalaya Assembly starting tomorrow, is set to be a stormy one with the Opposition Congress planning to put the ruling National People�s Party (NPP)-led Government on the mat.

Leader of the Opposition Mukul Sangma said the Opposition would raise the BJP�s allegations against the Government about lack of development and corruption, besides the impact of Assam�s National Register of Citizens (NRC) on the State and the drug menace.

�We have seen a statement of the BJP, which is one of the national parties instrumental in installing this Government. They have expressed concern over alleged lack of development across the State and corruption,� Sangma said.

The BJP, which has two members in the Assembly, is supporting the Conrad Sangma-led Government.

Sangma has also accused Chief Minister Conrad Sangma of being involved in illegal mining and transport of coal. He also accused the Power Department headed by James Sangma of corruption in the implementation of the Rs 500-crore Saubhagya scheme. The Chief Minister, however, rubbished the Congress� charges of corruption against his Government. � IANS

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