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Former RBI officer, Beryl Sangma gives boost to Meghalaya Congress

By HindusthanSamachar | Publish Date: Apr 3 2019 9:10PM
Former RBI officer, Beryl Sangma gives boost to Meghalaya Congress
SHILLONG, Apr. 3 (HS): The Meghalaya Congress has received a shot in the arm after former RBI Chief General Manager Beryl B. Sangma joined the party in support of former Chief Minister Mukul Sangma, who is contesting from the Tura Lok Sabha seat. “Having been a Senior Executive of RBI, I have seen the destructive damages done by the economic and fiscal policies of the BJP and NPP governments and now I am giving awareness to the people about their hollow election promises,” Beryl Sangma said. Beryl joined the Congress to support former Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma who is contesting from the Tura Lok Sabha seat, sources said today. He claimed that he had seen the poor result of the economic and fiscal policies introduced by the BJP and NPP government when he used to hold one of the top official positions in RBI. Beryl said that he had joined Congress to support the former Chief Minister as according to his findings, the Congress was the only party who had actually worked for the development of Garo Hills and Meghalaya as a whole. According to Beryl, the former Chief Minister of Meghalaya has set up new districts, civil sub divisions, police stations, schools, technical institutes, colleges, institutes of higher learning, hospitals aside from building good roads, bridges and improving the communication network. He also claimed that Mukul Sangma has been able to curb militancy in the state during his rule. Beryl said that he is now spreading awareness about the hollow election promises made by the BJP and NPP.Mukul Sangma is pitted against National People Party (NPP) candidate Agatha Sangma and BJP candidate Rikman G. Momin. Meghalaya will have a total of 18,92,716 voters who will exercise their franchise in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, slated to be held on April 11, 2019. Hindusthan Samachar/ Dhrubajyoti/Pramod \
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