Meghalaya: AAP forays into state politics, welcomes Garo politician
AAP welcoming veteran Meghalaya politician Omillo K Sangma in Tura.

Tura: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) led by Arvind Kejriwal forayed into the political landscape in Meghalaya as it welcomed former MLA and veteran Garo politician Omillo K Sangma into the party fold on Saturday. With this, AAP has made its presence known in the Garo Hills region.

Sangma’s joining took place during an AAP meeting held on Saturday at Mondoltilla Community Hall in Hawakhana locality of Tura. The meeting was also attended by AAP’s North East in-charge Rajesh Sharma.

Others who also joined the party along with Omillo included Indrash M Marak, Rakman R Marak, Shylesh Momin, Tening Ch Sangma, Lord Mountvrirhints Momin, James Jonathon Sangma and Sabir Mandal. 

Dear Reader,
Over the past four years, EastMojo revolutionised the coverage of Northeast India through our sharp, impactful, and unbiased coverage. And we are not saying this: you, our readers, say so about us. Thanks to you, we have become Northeast India’s largest, independent, multimedia digital news platform.
Now, we need your help to sustain what you started.
We are fiercely protective of our ‘independent’ status and would like to remain so: it helps us provide quality journalism free from biases and agendas. From travelling to the remotest regions to cover various issues to paying local reporters honest wages to encourage them, we spend our money on where it matters.
Now, we seek your support in remaining truly independent, unbiased, and objective. We want to show the world that it is possible to cover issues that matter to the people without asking for corporate and/or government support. We can do it without them; we cannot do it without you.
Support independent journalism, subscribe to EastMojo.

Thank you,
Karma Paljor

Addressing the gathering, Rajesh Sharma said that the northeast needed AAP to make a difference. Speaking about the party’s achievements, Sharma said that in just one year of the party coming to power in Punjab, 580 Mohalla clinics and more than 100 eminent schools have started to function.

The party’s district-wise in-charges were also elected during the meeting. The elected members include Indrash M Marak for South West Garo Hills, Tenning Ch Sangma for South Garo Hills, Shylesh Momin for North Garo Hills, Ballensing Ch Marak for East Garo Hills and James Jonathon S Marak for West Garo Hills. 

Also Read | Meghalaya: ‘Cheap stunt’ or is the GNLA really regrouping?

Trending Stories

Latest Stories

Leave a comment

Leave a comment