Conrad Sangma

Indian politician

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Conrad Sangma: Indian politician
Conrad Kongkal Sangma is an Indian politician who is the 12th and current Chief Minister of Meghalaya since 2018. He is a member of National People's Party. His father was former Chief Minister, former Speaker of the Lok Sabha P. A. Sangma. He was also the Member of Parliament from Tura (2016–2018).He represents the South Tura constituency since 2018 and selsella constituency from 2008 to 2013.Sangma was also minister of finance,power and tourism, Government of Meghalaya from 2008 to 2009.He is former leader of the opposition in the Meghalaya Legislative Assembly.He also served as National President of Nationalist Youth Congress.


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NPP chief Conrad Sangma takes oath as Meghalaya CM for second consecutive term

Conrad Sangma, the leader of the National People's Party, was sworn in as Meghalaya's chief minister for the second time in a row on Tuesday. Sangma won from the South Tura constituency with a margin..
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BJP washing machine now running full speed: Cong's dig at BJP support to Conrad Sangma-led govt in Meghalaya

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Meghalaya Democratic Alliance 2.0: NPP to have 8 cabinet berths, UDP gets 2, 1 each for BJP, HSPDP

The alliance will be known as Meghalaya Democratic Alliance 2.0, the partners are the same and the Chief Minister will be the chairman of the alliance, Conrad Sangma informed.
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Meghalaya: Two more parties back Conrad Sangma, MLA count 45

Meghalaya's regional parties UDP and PDF came out in support of Conrad Sangma's NPP-led coalition. Now Sangma has the support of 45 MLAs.
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UDP, PDF extend support to Conrad Sangma's NPP to form government in Meghalaya

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Sangma to start 2nd term as Meghalaya CM on March 7

Conrad Sangma will take the oath of office on March 7 as Meghalaya CM for a second consecutive term, with governor Phagu Chauhan inviting him Saturday to form the next government that will be a..
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NPP’s Conrad stakes claim to form Meghalaya government with list of 32 MLAs

Caretaker Meghalaya CM and NPP president Conrad Sangma Friday staked claim to form the next government in the hill state, handing governor Phagu Chauhan a list of 32 MLAs that include two from a..
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Meghalaya Assembly Election Results: Conrad Sangma's NPP leads, TMC in second position

Meghalaya results: Early trends confirm what the exit polls predicted -- a possible hung house in the assembly. The Times Now ETG Exit polls predicted that NPP will get between 18 and 26 seats.
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Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma hints at alliance, sparks buzz of BJP's return

Without naming estranged partner BJP or any other party, Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma indicated allying with others to form a coalition government like in 2018 after exit polls suggested a hung assembly..
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Don't allow people coming from outside to impose CAA, NRC on you: Mamata Banerjee at Meghalaya poll rally

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Assam-Meghalaya border firing: Meghalaya to demand central agency probe after 5 civilians killed

The Assam government refuted Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma's claim that Assam police had entered Meghalaya and resorted to firing.
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2 North East CMs say AFSPA must go as Shah regrets Nagaland deaths

The outrage over the mistaken killing of villagers in Nagaland in an Army ambush and the subsequent violence grew on Monday, with the chief ministers of Nagaland and Meghalaya Neiphiu Rio and Conrad..
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