Meghalaya: The first three MLAs have resigned from next year’s assembly elections in Meghalaya. Among the MLAs who have resigned, two MLAs are from the ruling party NPP, while one MLA is from Trinamool Congress. belong to the National People’s Party, while one MLA belongs to the opposition Trinamool Congress. As per information, NPP’s Farlin Sangma, Benedik Marak, TMC MLA HM Shanghpliang have resigned.
Assembly elections are due in Meghalaya next year. In such a situation, three MLAs of Meghalaya have resigned before the elections. Two MLAs belong to the ruling National People’s Party, while one MLA belongs to the opposition Trinamool Congress. According to the information, Ferlin Sangma of NPP, Benedick Marak and TMC MLA HM Shanghpliang have resigned. Both the MLAs have submitted their resignations to the Speaker. Commissioner and Secretary of the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Dr. Andrew Simmons has given this information.