Opp demands resignation of 7 MLAs holding office of profit
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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