TMC manifesto Meghalaya

Shillong, Jan 24: The Trinamool Congress (TMC) in Meghalaya has launched its manifesto for the upcoming assembly elections in Meghalaya.

The Meghalaya TMC launched its election manifesto for the assembly polls on Tuesday, in presence of the party’s national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee.

Meghalaya TMC also published ten (10) pledges for the upcoming assembly elections in Meghalaya at a function in Shillong.

Speaking about the election manifesto, Meghalaya leader of the opposition and senior TMC leader Mukul Sangma termed it “nothing imaginative but completely realistic.”

The 10 pledges revealed by the Meghalaya TMC cover health infrastructure which includes the upgradation of PHCs, and CHCs, improving the state’s economy, and ensuring a poverty-free Meghalaya.

The Meghalaya TMC pledges also include revoking the border MoU signed between Assam and Meghalaya, and revamping the power sector, to improve sectors like education, sports, and tourism.

“The pledges we have made are based on the exhaustive due diligence of the issues concerning our people,” Mukul Sangma stated.

The former Meghalaya chief minister said that “Our ten pledges will transform lives and ensure the welfare of the hill state.”

“We are the only party that walks the talk,” also stated TMC national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee.

He also added that “Every pledge made by us will be honored after we form the government with people’s blessings.”

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“Our mission in Meghalaya is to turn it into a model state,” Banerjee said.

“TMC’s ’10 Pledges For Meghalaya’ will transform the lives of our people and ensure the betterment of the hill state,” said Abhishek Banerjee.

“TMC is the only alternative party that can respond to the needs of the people,” said Mukul Sangma.

He added that “Guided by our pro-people approach, we shall serve them with utmost dedication.”

“Our strength has increased manifold as more and more people are supporting our progressive vision,” said Meghalaya TMC president Charles Pyngrope.

“Encouraged and with strengthened resolve, we promise to bring a credible change for all,” Pyngrope stated.