Meghalaya Meeting Speaker Metbah Lyngdoh on Thursday mentioned he’s analyzing the letter written by 12 of the 17 Congress MLAs of the state informing him that they’ve joined the Trinamool Congress, and there’s no irregularity within the matter. Lyngdoh mentioned he has additionally acquired one other letter from TMC nationwide common secretary Abhishek Banerjee who recognised the 12 legislators as members of his occasion.
“I’ve acquired their letter and I’m analyzing it. No matter must be executed might be executed on the earliest,” Lyngdoh informed journalists right here. Chief of the opposition and former chief minister Mukul Sangma, ex-Meeting speaker Charles Pyngrope and 10 different legislators on Thursday introduced the choice to shift their allegiance to the TMC, the occasion led by Mamata Banerjee. The desertion of the 12 Congress MLAs made the TMC the primary opposition occasion in Meghalaya the place it was a non-entity.
The breakaway group had on Wednesday submitted an inventory of MLAs crossing over to the TMC to the Speaker and knowledgeable him about their choice. All of the 12 MLAs who had been signatories to the letter met Lyngdoh for private verification on Thursday. The Speaker dominated out any illegality of their becoming a member of the TMC. They’re certified (to hitch), there isn’t a doubt about it… I would like a while to look at the matter and talk to them, he mentioned. Lyngdoh mentioned he had acquired two letters – one from the Congress MLAs and one other from the TMC.
The second letter was from All India common secretary of the TMC Avishek Banerjee who has welcomed them (the breakaway Congress MLAs) and recognised them as members of the TMC, he mentioned.