The Sharad Pawar’s Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leaders in Arunachal Pradesh on Monday dissolved the party and merged it with the National People’s Party (NPP) in the state. Also announced their support to Khandu Govt in the state.
The State NCP President Gicho Kabak call an emergency meeting of the party at Itanagar on 7th August 2017 and discussed present national and state political scenario.
By observing the national political development in the country, the state NCP leaders unanimously resolved and resigned from NCP and merge with the National People’s Party under the National Presidentship of Conrad Sangma, Member of Parliament (MP) who is the son of Late PA Sangma former speaker of Parliament (Lok Sabha).
NPP being the partner of NDA, Kabak said that his new team will support and cooperate Pema Khandu BJP led Govt. in the state for all round development in the state.
Gicho Kabak and his team fully hope that Conrad Sangma will lead the party strongly with new vision for development, peace and prosperity in our country.
Meanwhile, National President of NPP Conrad Sangma who present in the meeting at Itanagar has heartily welcomed the merger of State NCP unit of Arunachal Pradesh with NPP and appointed Gicho Kabak as State President of National People’s Party (NPP) and directed him to constitute the new office bearer to strengthen the party organization in Arunachal Pradesh.
National President Conrad Sangma directed state president to conduct NPP General meeting in the month of September 2017. He assured that he will attend the meeting alongwith the Deputy Chief Minister and other minister of Manipur.
National People’s Party (NPP) is the partner of National Democratic Alliance (NDA). Presently there are four ministers in the BJP led coalition govt. in Manipur where Deputy Chief Minister and three other cabinet ministers are