Shillong, Sep 23: Leader of opposition, Dr. Mukul Sangma who is not happy with the appointment of Lok Sabha, MP, Vincent Pala as the Meghalaya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president said that he will take up the matter with the party high command.
The leader of opposition is reportedly also not happy with the re-entry of former Home Minister, R. G. Lyngdoh and Pynshngain N Syiem into the Congress.
Stating that there is a need for â€œcourse correctionâ€ in the party, Dr. Sangma added that this will be done within the â€œfour wallsâ€ of the party.
It may be mentioned that since, Pala was appointed as party president, Dr. Sangma had given a miss to two party programmes and fuelling speculations that he was on his way out of the Congress.
His recent trip to Kolkata raised eyebrows amongst many in the state and there were also reports that Dr. Sangma might join the TMC and that he had even met Abhishek Banerjee.
â€œI have friends all across, both within and outside the state,â€ the leader of opposition when asked about his Kolkata trip.
He also said that the politicians of the State have failed to infuse the sense of oneness amongst the Khasi, Jaintia and Garo communities.
Dr. Sangma said that his foremost job as one of the elected representatives will revolve around focusing of achieving it.