Mukul Sangma, the head of the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC), has urged opposing political parties in the state to break out from their cocoon mentality.
He was responding to some leaders’ claims that the AITC was a “Bangla party.” He advised caution while using terms like Bengali party, Khasi party, Garo party, Hindu party, and so on.
According to a report by The Shillong Times,”When the Congress was founded in 1885, who was the first president?” Bonnerjee, WC Bonnerjee, WC Bonnerjee, WC Bonnerjee Did many at the time claim that the INC was a Bengali party that would not join the liberation movement? “Everyone became involved in the liberation movement, and we won,” Sangma added.
Sangma said that India’s strength comes from its diversity, and he urged everyone to be inclusive because exclusion is the worst thing that can happen in a democracy.
“In the spirit of oneness, we must be viewed as responsive and accommodating. “We need a sense of oneness among the Khasis, Jaintias, Garos, and other communities, and we need to work together to create the state and contribute to the nation’s growth,” he stated.
When asked about the excellent response to the AITC in Garo Hills, Sangma claimed “a lot of things are going on,” but would not explain.
He did, however, imply that a number of leaders are eager to join the AITC, and that they will do it in grand manner. He went on to say that after the harvesting season is finished, the AITC will ramp up its activities in the state.