The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lashed out in ferocious style against the National People’s Party (NPP) a day after the latter’s Conrad K Sangma, who is also the Chief Minister, said that the saffron brigade will not improve on its tally of two seats from 2018 at the upcoming election.
Hitting out at the NPP, which has been its ally over the past five years in the coalition government, the BJP in a press release said that Sangma should try and save his own seat of South Tura instead of trying to estimate the results of the BJP.
“The NPP is very popular among the people of Meghalaya for setting new standards of corruption in the state. Instead of building roads to villages, the NPP leaders have managed to build driveways to their homes. Instead of lighting up the streets, the NPP leaders have managed to hang chandeliers in their many houses. Instead of building the state, they have managed to build up their assets,” the party said caustically.
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