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  Adhikarimayum Sharda has become the first Woman President of BJP Manipur Pradesh. Taking charge of the Party President post, she has vowed to fulfil late Party President S.Tiken's aspiration to gain at least 40 BJP MLAs in the upcoming State General Assembly Elections 2022. BJP National President Jagat Prakash Nadda issued a written notification on A. Sharda's appointment as the Party President to BJP National General Secretary Arun Singh on June 20. BJP Manipur Pradesh members felicitated their newly appointed President Adhikarimayum Sharda at the party office in Nityaipat Chuthek today.   Speaking to media, A. Sharda recalled that…
Battle of words between Congress Party and the ruling BJP Government over the hike of prices of petrol and diesel continues unabated. Spokesperson of Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee, N. Bupenda has refuted the recent allegations by Spokespersons of BJP Manipur Pradesh which blamed the Congress Party of incurring debts amounting  8 Thousand, 807 Crore Rupees during its 15 years of rule which allegedly led to the current hike in prices of fuel. In a video released by the MPCC today, MPCC Spokesperson N. Bupenda criticised the BJP Government of giving unfounded, momentary and presumptuous statements to appease the public and…
As Congress party members celebrate their leader Rahul Gandhi's 51st birthday today, they lambasted the BJP Government for bringing plight to citizens by hiking prices of fuels. Party supporters in the State also celebrated Rahul Gandhi's Birthday. Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee, MPCC under the initiative of State Party President Govindas Konthoujam distributed food items to destitute families residing in far-flung areas of the state on the occasion. Speaking on the sidelines of flagging off the teams of Youth Congress and NSUI from Congress Bhavan, BT road to carry out distribution of relief items to covid-affected people, Govindas Konthoujam alleged that…
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Imphal, 28 November 2020 ( Evening News ) : Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) Manipur State Unit celebrated 20th Foundation Day of LJP at State Guest House in Sanjenthong today. Speaking on the occasion, LJP National Vice President cum Langthabal MLA Karam Shyam said no political party will get absolute majority in upcoming 2022 Manipur Legislative Assembly Election. He asserted that minor political parties play crucial roles in government formation. Karam Shyam said LJP incepted in 2000 with eminent politician Ram Vilas Paswan as Founder President. He said LJP now has party offices in every states and has secured an important…
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Imphal, 12 November 2020 ( Evening News ) : Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren has assured of sending Health Department Surveillance teams to those Assembly Constituencies where bye-elections were held recently. Speaking to media at Chief Minister's Secretariat today, the Chief Minister expressed regrets that COVID-19 SOPs were violated by many voters during the poll rage. He added that with the Centre's assistance, Manipur received 95 ventilators, 400 oxygen concentrated machines and 500 D-Type oxygen cylinders recently to combat COVID-19 pandemic in the state. He took no time to add that the recent by-poll election results show the support and trust…
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Imphal, 02 November 2020 ( Evening News ) :  Communist Party of India, CPI Manipur State Council has reiterated its stand of not taking part in the upcoming Bye-election in 4 Assembly Constituencies on November 7.  Speaking to media at Irawat Bhavan in Imphal today, CPI State Executive Member H. Robindro said CPI State members will not take part in the election in any manner.  He said that the CPI condemns the upcoming bye-election which is being conducted because of some self centric MLAs who had resigned amid the COVID-19 pandemic. He asserted that not a single CPI member have…
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