Dissident MLAs refute reports in some local dailiesIMPHAL | Jul 10
Dissident BJP MLAs who are presently camping in the national capital have denied the reports in some local dailies which claimed that the internal conflict within the state government to change the chief minister of the State is over.
They also informed that the MLAs after a meeting at Delhi, have agreed not to take part in the meeting called by the chief minister.
According to a reliable source, the MLAs clarified that BJP National leaders did not make any statements to the state leaders concerning the change of the state chief minister.
The information published in the local dailies is a fabricated news item made by some individuals with the intention to break the unity of the MLAs camping at the national capital, it said.
It further stated that the MLAs in Delhi have never approached the leaders in the centre with the intention to become chief minister and they did not recommend any individual to be the chief minister.
Instead, they have been approaching the Centre to bring a better governance in Manipur to meet the people’s expectation from the government and they will continue until their demands are accepted, it stated.
Questioning the authenticity of the news item, they further asked whether any responsible leader from the Centre had made the statement and appealed the individual concerned to refrain from spreading such fabricated news which can confuse the public, it added.
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