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Opp demands resignation of 7 MLAs holding office of profit

Written by: Staff

Imphal, Mar 25 (UNI) Opposition parties in Manipur have demanded resignation of seven MLAs of the ruling Congress for holding office of profit.

Former Chief Minister R K Dorendra of the BJP said the MLAs should resign in line with the party President Sonia Gandhi.

Legislative wing leader of the Federal party of Manipur S Ibohal said his party would urge President APJ Abdul Kalam and the Election Commission to disqualify these seven MLAs.

The seven MLAs were Chairman of Pollution Control Board N Biren, Chairman of Planning and Development Authority K Ranjit, Chairman of Loktak Development Agency N Loken, Chairman of Khadi and Village Industries Board A Aza, Chairman of Manitron Bijoy Koijam, Chairman of Tribal Development Corporation K Korunthang and Chairman of Programme Implementation Committee Y Mani.

Manipur People's Party (MPP) leader Dr Nimaichand Luwang has also demanded the resignation of the MLAs on moral grounds.


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