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12 Congress MLAs resign from organisational posts in Manipur

12 Congress MLAs resign from organisational posts in Manipur

Imphal, May 29 ( UNI) Congress leaders including 12 MLAs holding various organisational posts have submitted their resignation letters to Congress president Gaikhangam.
The Congress MLAs addressing the media at the party head office here today said they want to work for the party at the grass root level and strengthen the party.
Congress lost both the Lok Sabha seats in the Lok Sabha elections. They further said they believe in the ideology of Congress. They hinted at a desire to overhaul the organisational setup.

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