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GHADC POLLS: Congress affected by 'problem of plenty' candidates

Ahead of the elections to the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (GHADC), the Congress is having the problem of plenty in choosing candidates for the 29 seats, said Congress leader Mukul Sangma during a brief interaction with the media here on Thursday.

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Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  26 Feb 2021 3:24 AM GMT

STAFF CORRESPONDENT

SHILLONG: Ahead of the elections to the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (GHADC), the Congress is having the problem of plenty in choosing candidates for the 29 seats, said Congress leader Mukul Sangma during a brief interaction with the media here on Thursday.

There has being growing discontentment within the Congress party on the issue of choosing the party candidate for the local body polls in the Garo Hills. ''We have a problem of plenty. We have a tough job ahead and each decision will take into account the inputs gathered from the constituencies,'' said the Congress leader.

"We have the joy of abundance; but the process of shortlisting the right candidates is still on. In some constituencies, there is no unanimity on this score. Things will have to be sorted out," stated Mukul Sangma.

The GHADC polls are slated to be held in April. Several political parties have already launched their campigns in an informal manner. The overall picture will be clearer in the early part of March.

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