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Govindas Konthoujam, Former Manipur Congress Chief, Joins BJP

New Delhi: Just months before Manipur Assembly elections, former Manipur Congress chief Govindas Konthoujam joined Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday.

Former Congress Manipur Chief Govindas Konthoujam (Photo Credit: Twitter/Govindas Konthoujam)

New Delhi: Just months before Manipur Assembly elections, former Manipur Congress chief Govindas Konthoujam joined Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday.

Govindas Konthoujam, former Manipur Congress chief joined Bharatiya Janata Party, in the presence of Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh and senior BJP leader Sambit Patra.

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Manipur CM and BJP leader N Biren Singh addressed the press conference at party headquarters in Delhi today and said, “PM Narendra Modi has cared for the North East, and recently five ministers from the region have been inducted into the Union cabinet. Manipur promises to make PM Modi led government stronger.”

On July 28, Congress MLA of 26-Bishnupur Assembly Constituency and former president of the Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee Govindas Konthoujam had resigned from the state Assembly. His resignation letter was submitted to the office of the secretary of the Assembly on Wednesday.

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Konthoujam’s entry to the BJP was announced by the party’s spokesperson Anil Baluni on Sunday morning.

“An eminent personality will join @BJP4India today (Sunday) 01 August, 12 noon at BJP HQ, 6A DDU Marg, New Delhi,” Baluni said in a tweet

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