The National People's Party (NPP) has for anti-party actions expelled KHADC leader Pynshngaiñlang N Syiem from the party.
During a meeting on Sunday, the NPP's disciplinary committee took the decision to expel Khasi Hills Autonomous District Council (KHADC) Syiem.
During the KHADC Winter Session on November 20, Syiem voted in favor of the "no confidence" motion moved by the opposition Congress.
After both the governing United Democratic Alliance (UDA) and the opposition received 14 votes each, Syiem cast his vote.
Nevertheless, Syiem, a member of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA), gave his vote in favor of the' no confidence motion' that led to the collapse of the UDA-led Executive Committee under Teiñwell Dkhar's leadership as the CEM.
Syiem also voted for Independent MDC, Latiplang Kharkongor, during Friday's election to the CEM.
Syiem was elected to the KHADC elections in February this year as a district council member (MDC) from the Mawkhar-Pynthorumkhrah constituency on the NPP ticket.
In the letter to Pynshngaiñlang N Syiem informing him regarding his expulsion from the party, NPP’s Meghalaya state unit president Dr WR Kharlukhi said: “I would like to inform you that a meeting of the Disciplinary Committee of the National People’s Party which met on the 24th November, 2019 has decided to expel you from the party for anti-party activities.”
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