Imphal, Apr 21:
Amidst speculation about probable political crisis in the N. Biren Singh led BJP government, Chief Minister N. Biren Singh today said that there is no crisis in his government.
“There is no crisis in the BJP-led government”, N. Biren said while talking to the media after attending a crucial meeting of the state BJP at Thambal Shanglen.
The Chief Minister rubbished reports of crisis brewing within the BJP-led government in the state
He said that apart from a few legislators, who went to Delhi for medical treatment, all other MLAs and leaders of the Manipur BJP attended the meeting.
The Manipur BJP called for a crucial emergency meeting today at the party’s state head office in Imphal to discuss growing ‘dissidence’ against the CM.
It may be mentioned here that speculations have been rife recently that dissent against Manipur CM Biren Singh is on the rise.
MLA P. Brojen Singh from Wangjing Tentha constituency resigned as chairman of the Manipur development society on Thursday.
Brojen cited “personal reasons” for stepping down from the government post. Notably, Brojen’s resignation is the third in a span of one week. Earlier on April 13, T Radheshyam Singh resigned as advisor to Manipur chief minister Biren Singh.
Later on April 17, Karam Shyam quit as the chairman of the Manipur tourism corporation. Both legislators cited a “lack of responsibilities” behind their decision to tender resignations from their posts.