India Political Updates: Meghalaya demands BJP’s double engine sarkar, says Modi
In recent news, the state of Meghalaya has demanded that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) form a ‘double engine sarkar’ in the state. This demand was made by Chief Minister Conrad Sangma during a rally in Shillong on Sunday. The rally was attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was in the state to campaign for the upcoming assembly elections.
Chief Minister Sangma said that the BJP should form a ‘double engine sarkar’ in the state, which would mean that the BJP would form the government both at the Centre and in the state. He said that the state needs a strong and stable government that can ensure development and progress. He also said that the BJP has been doing a great job in the state, and that the people of Meghalaya are happy and satisfied with the party’s performance.
Prime Minister Modi, in response, said that the BJP is committed to the development of the state and that the party will work hard to bring about the desired change. He also said that the BJP will ensure that the people of Meghalaya get the best possible governance.
The upcoming assembly elections in Meghalaya are set to be held on March 3. The BJP is hoping to make inroads in the state and has already started its campaign. The party is hoping to form a ‘double engine sarkar’ in the state and has been making efforts to reach out to the people.
It remains to be seen if the BJP will be able to form a ‘double engine sarkar’ in the state. However, it is clear that the people of Meghalaya are looking to the BJP for a stable and strong government that can ensure development and progress for the state.