BJP will have no pre-poll alliance with any party in Arunachal and is confident of winning all 60 seats in coming Assembly election, said Chief minister Pema Khandu while addressing a public meeting at Geku on Wednesday.
Rejecting the rumours of state BJP having alliance with the National People’s Party (NPP), the CM said NPP is an alliance member of NEDA but has no alliance with state BJP as it has no single MLA in the state. He further said state BJP will have no pre-poll alliance with any party and is confident of winning all the 60 seats.
It must be mention here that , NPP is leading the government in Meghalaya and is a part of the BJP-led government in Manipur. NPP has announced it will make poll debut in Mizoram assembly elections slated later this year. The party has decided to contest Lok Sabha polls in 2019 in all the eight states of Northeast India.
State BJP President Tapir Gao, Health Minister Alo Libang and local MLA Olom Panyang also address the meeting.