Shillong, Dec 2: The Congress will file two more petitions seeking the disqualification of former Assembly Speaker Charles Pyngrope and Sutnga-Saipung legislator Shitlang Pale on December 10.
Pyngrope and Pale were the last two MLAs who decided to be with Mukul Sangma after 10 others first pledged allegiance to TMC.
The Congress, which had already filed petitions against the 10 MLAs including former chief minister Mukul Sangma, also maintained that calling them back to its fold will never arise.
Addressing media persons, the CLP leader Ampareen Lyngdoh said that the first meeting of the CLP which is a group of “famous five” has discussed the further action on the remaining petitions to be filed against two more members, whom the party thought not necessary as a strategy to include them in the first batch of petitions submitted to the office of the Assembly Speaker Metbah Lyngdoh.
“ We will be filing the two petitions on December 10 as we have decided to see how the first 10 MLAs respond to this show cause initiated by our petition,” she said.