By Our Reporter | Shillong, Sept 03, 2018: 

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma is likely to resign as the Member of Parliament from the Tura Parliamentary seat on Tuesday.

Sources in the National People’s Party (NPP) on Sunday said that the Chief Minister is likely to submit his resignation before Lok Sabha Speaker, Sumitra Mahajan on Tuesday.

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Meanwhile, sources in the Meghalaya Assembly Secretariat also confirmed that a decision was taken that the Chief Minister will take oath as the MLA of the South Tura Assembly constituency on September 5.

“But a final confirmation on the oath taking ceremony of Sangma’s as an MLA will be known by Tuesday evening,” sources in the Meghalaya Assembly Secretariat said.


Earlier, Chief Minister had informed he would resign as the MP of Tura Parliamentary seat within a week’s time.

Sangma is currently in campaigning in Delhi. Chief Minister is scheduled to meet various Union Ministers to discuss issues concerning the State.



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