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NEDA partners should sever ties with BJP: Luizinho Faleiro

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, Feb 27 - AICC general secretary in charge of Meghalaya, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram, Luizinho Faleiro, during his interaction with mediapersons in Guwahati today, questioned the moral right of the North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) member parties other than the BJP to remain with the NEDA even after the recent statement made by BJP president Amit Shah that the ruling party will again bring the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Faleiro said that while Congress president Rahul Gandhi had met representatives of various student organisations and civil society groups to assure them that Congress will always protect the rights and identities of the people of the North East, the BJP president, despite the popular sentiment against the Bill in the region and even after it was stalled from being tabled in Rajya Sabha, announced in a meeting in Lakhimpur on February 17 that the BJP would bring the Bill again if voted to power in the Lok Sabha elections.

Castigating Shah, Faleiro also questioned as to how NEDA members like Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma could still remain a part of the ruling dispensation after Shah�s open support to the Bill. �Is he (Sangma) then a part of the conspiracy to clandestinely support the Bill and show outwardly that he is opposing it?� the AICC general secretary said.

Congratulating the people of Assam, the APCC and the party workers for the great show of strength in the rally addressed by Rahul Gandhi at Khanapara yesterday, Faleiro said the rally sent out a strong message that the people of Assam are disenchanted with the Narendra Modi government and that Congress is the only alternative for a diverse and developing country like India.

The press meet was also attended by Bhupen Bora, AICC secretary in charge of Tripura, Kewekhape Therie, Nagaland PCC president, Pradyot Debbarman, Tripura PCC president, Bobbeeta Sharma, APCC general secretary and senior spokesperson, and Bobby Panicker, working president of Nagaland PCC, stated a press release issued by Bobbeeta Sharma.

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NEDA partners should sever ties with BJP: Luizinho Faleiro

GUWAHATI, Feb 27 - AICC general secretary in charge of Meghalaya, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram, Luizinho Faleiro, during his interaction with mediapersons in Guwahati today, questioned the moral right of the North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) member parties other than the BJP to remain with the NEDA even after the recent statement made by BJP president Amit Shah that the ruling party will again bring the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Faleiro said that while Congress president Rahul Gandhi had met representatives of various student organisations and civil society groups to assure them that Congress will always protect the rights and identities of the people of the North East, the BJP president, despite the popular sentiment against the Bill in the region and even after it was stalled from being tabled in Rajya Sabha, announced in a meeting in Lakhimpur on February 17 that the BJP would bring the Bill again if voted to power in the Lok Sabha elections.

Castigating Shah, Faleiro also questioned as to how NEDA members like Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma could still remain a part of the ruling dispensation after Shah�s open support to the Bill. �Is he (Sangma) then a part of the conspiracy to clandestinely support the Bill and show outwardly that he is opposing it?� the AICC general secretary said.

Congratulating the people of Assam, the APCC and the party workers for the great show of strength in the rally addressed by Rahul Gandhi at Khanapara yesterday, Faleiro said the rally sent out a strong message that the people of Assam are disenchanted with the Narendra Modi government and that Congress is the only alternative for a diverse and developing country like India.

The press meet was also attended by Bhupen Bora, AICC secretary in charge of Tripura, Kewekhape Therie, Nagaland PCC president, Pradyot Debbarman, Tripura PCC president, Bobbeeta Sharma, APCC general secretary and senior spokesperson, and Bobby Panicker, working president of Nagaland PCC, stated a press release issued by Bobbeeta Sharma.

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