George Lyngdoh quits TMC posts, to continue as member

Shillong, Dec 2: Former MLA George Lyngdoh has quit the posts of vice president of TMC and president of Umroi block committee.


In his resignation letter addressed to Charles Pyngrope, the state president of TMC on December 1, George cited personal reasons.

“I would like to inform your kind honour that I hereby tender my resignation as Vice-President, TMC Meghalaya as well as President of Umroi TMC Block Committee, with immediate effect. This decision is driven by personal circumstances”, George said in the letter.

When contacted, George said he will continue to be a member of the party.

“The previous years of association under your esteemed leadership and guidance have been a treasured experience of inestimable worth and value. You and other esteemed leaders have been a patron towards me, and the ones who have always cast a light on how best to turn problems into possibilities, and obstacles into opportunities. Through your kind honour, I also would like to thank our esteemed party leaders and members who have been a source of guidance and support in the various endeavours we undertook to serve the people of our beloved State.I hope that in the days ahead, we can continue to exchange perspectives, especially those that can benefit our citizens.With profound respects and regards, Sir, may God bless you, your family and our beloved State”, the letter said.

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