'BJP not looking for alliance in Meghalaya'

SHILLONG: Senior BJP leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy stated on Sunday that his birthday party won't enter any pre-poll or post-poll alliance in Meghalaya.

"BJP will fight the election on its own," Rudy stated. The former Union minister used to be within the city to marketing campaign for the BJP candidate within the North Shillong constituency. Rudy's remark assumes importance in mild of the truth that the National People's Party (NPP), which has emerged as a big contender for power within the Congress-ruled state, has additionally maintained that it's going to not consider an alliance with any birthday party within the state.


The NPP, which is a part of the BJP-led NDA at the Centre and also shares power with the BJP in Manipur, has pitted candidates against the BJP in numerous constituencies, maximum particularly in South Tura, where the overdue PA Sangma's daughter Agatha Sangma is pitted against the BJP's Billykid Sangma. Political hypothesis, then again, is rife that the NPP will in the long run tie up with the BJP to keep the Congress out of power as used to be the case in neighbouring Manipur.


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