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Jun 08, 2019

NPP holds first NECC Committee meeting at Shillong

The National People’s Party (NPP) today held its first Northeast Coordination (NECC) Committee meeting at Shillong with an objective to further strengthen the party base in the region and propagate the vision and ideology of the party.

NPP Chief Conrad K Sangma said, the recognition of NPP as a national party is a great achievement for the people of Northeast.

NECC is headed by former CM Meghalaya and political stalwart of Northeast Dr. DD Lapang, who believes that the meeting will usher in an era of new progress for the party. He said that NPP’s recognition as a National Party by the Election Commission of India will pave a new way in the regional political arena, as NPP becomes the first party from the Northeast to be accorded the National Party tag.

Leaders from different States including Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya and Mizoram attended the conference.

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