Mamata Banerjee will address TMC workers in Meghalaya on December 13
A senior party leader told PTI that the TMC supremo will address a party workers' convention here on December 13.
Mamata Banerjee, the leader of the Trinamool Congress, will address party members in Meghalaya on Tuesday to discuss creating a schedule for the state's upcoming early-2019 assembly elections.
Northeastern state voters must cast their ballots by March 8 in order to elect 60 House representatives. A senior party leader told PTI that the TMC supremo will address a party workers' convention here on December 13.
Himalaya Shangpliang, one of the 12 MLAs who joined the TMC last year, left the party and the Assembly last month, bringing the number of Trinamool Congress members in the House down to 11.
According to a TMC official, Mamata Banerjee's visit will raise party workers' spirits before the 2023 assembly elections.
"The National People's Party (NPP)-led government in the state is not popular with the people of Meghalaya," he declared. In the last five years, the ruling regime accomplished nothing to advance the state, and she will emphasize the NPP's incapacity to govern the state.
The chief minister will be accompanied by TMC national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee, who has already made two trips to the state this year.
He said, “The people in Meghalaya are not happy with the National People’s Party (NPP)-led government in the state. The ruling dispensation did nothing for the development of the state in the past five years and she will highlight the incompetence of the NPP to run the state.” TMC's national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee, who had visited the state twice this year, will also be accompanying the chief minister, the party official said. (With PTI Inputs)
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