Shillong ( Meghalaya), Feb 1 : Home Minister, James K Sangma informed that he will be sitting across the table with his colleagues in the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance (MDA) coalition some of whom had demanded that he is stripped of his portfolio.
Stating that the disgruntlement among some legislators of the ruling coalition was an ‘internal matter’, Sangma said, “We will be talking to them and let us see what they have to say.”
The Home Minister said that presently he is in Garo Hills and the meeting would take place on his return to the state capital.
Sangma said that he has been reading about the demands to oust him from his cabinet berth even as he said that soon the coalition partners in the MDA will sit together and discuss the matter.
When asked if Chief Minister Conrad Sangma had spoken to him on the demands of the coalition partners to remove him from the Home portfolio, he said that the former has not discussed the matter so far with him.
There are many other pressing issues that need the attention of the Chief Minister I am very sure,” Sangma said.
It may be mentioned that Sangma is facing a barrage of demands to strip him of his Home portfolio.
These demands have come from the United Democratic Party, the People’s Democratic Front and lone Khun Hynñiewtrep National Awakening Movement, legislator Adelbert Nongrum, who are part of the ruling coalition.
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