Meghalaya CM visits Itanagar to attend NPP’s conclave to be held on Oct 19


Guwahati:  Meghalaya Chief Minister and President of the National people’s party Conrad Sangma along with his wife witnessed grand welcome at Holongi gate entry to Arunachal on Sunday night. The Arunachal Unit of National People’s Party (NPP) is organising the Conclave with the theme ‘Regional Aspirations, National Outlook’ on October 19 at DK State Conventional Hall at Itanagar.

On his arrival to the state, many well-wishers and supporters gave Sangma warm reception at Hollongi check gate. Sangma thanked the NPP unit for the warm welcome.

Conrad Sangma informed that there is a political agenda behind this conclave and it is being organised to debate on the core issues of all the North eastern states.

NPP is an independent party and the agenda is to give the message to the people for aspiring & acknowledging regional parties and their motives, he further added.

Apart from Chief Minister of Meghalaya Conrad Sangma, Maharaja of Tripura Pradyot Debbarma, among others will attend the Conclave on ‘Regional Aspiration, National Outlook’ being organized by National Peoples’ Party (NPP).

Meghalaya Minister James Sangma, Pradyot Manikya Debbrama, Lurin Jyoti Gogoi, Indiatoday deputy editor Kaushik Deka, Shillong times editor Patricia Mukhim, Dr.Lalrintluanga, Dr Andrews and many other dignitaries will attend the conclave on 19 October.

The issues to be discussed during the conclave include – striving for regional aspirations through political aspirations, North East Regional politics & challenges, interplay of religion and politics evolving scenario in Arunachal Pradesh, and the Naga Peace process: politics of it and regional ramification.

A galaxy of renowned leaders and personalities from across the fields of sports, politics, business, among other areas will grace the platform and exchanged ideas on building a better world.