As the assembly polls are nearing, Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma starts approaching the people afresh with a number of events and occasions where he has no dearth of promises to dole out.
Simultaneously, Sangma has been trying to elaborate the achievements of his government with claims of development initiatives.
In his address at a huge public meeting in Ampati on Monday, the chief minister claimed to have spared no pain to uplift the state and its people during his tenure promising that he has a lot to be done if he is against voted to power. He addressed the meeting organized to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the South West Garo Hills district.
He said the people of these districts came to see the pace of development only after his government created the four. Sangma promised that the remaining tasks would be done if he is given a chance again.
The Chief Minister said despite insurgency his government has been able to restore peace and normalcy in the state where the people have confidence. “We must have a environment to ward off unrest and insurgency,” he said.
He will lay the foundation stones for the engineering colleges at Shillong and Ampati next week.
Sports Minister Zenith Sangma, government chief whip Winnerson D Sangma and a host of other MLAs,
MDCs and senior government officials attended the function along with Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (GHADC) Chief Executive Member.