New Delhi, Mar 20: It seems National Congress Party (NCP) leader PA Sangma is angry with Congress over the imposition of President's rule in Meghalaya.
On Friday, Mar 20 Sangma met BJP's PM's candidate LK Advani and CPI(M) General Secretary as part of his campaign against the Centre's action.
Taariq Anwar a senior leader of NCP speaking to a media chanel said that it is PA Sangma's personal view that the NCP should maintain distance with the Congress.
He declined to divulge more details but the meeting assumes significance in the current contest of elections and is own unhappiness with the party continuing its tie-up with the Congress.
Sangma on Thursday, Mar 19 said he would meet Advani and discuss the imposition of President's rule, against which his party is approaching the Supreme Court.
In my considered view, NCP should have no truck with the Congress any where in India," Sangma told reporters on Thursday on Mar 19 hours after Presdient's rule was imposed in Meghalay ruled by his party.
Congress treatment over sharing power with NCP at the Centre and in Maharasthra was an insult to the people of Meghalaya, said Sangma.