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State BJP leaders returns; says there was no discussion for the post of Chief Minister

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, March 17:

State BJP President A Sharda Devi, caretaker Chief Minister N. Biren Singh, and former Minister Th. Biswajit who visited Delhi, as per directives of the BJP National leadership, on March 15 at a Charter Flight along with General Secretary Organisation in-charge of Manipur Abhay Kumar Giri has returned to Imphal today.
There were many speculations by media to the visit of the three-state BJP leaders in the aftermath of BJP winning 32 seats (absolute majority) in the recently concluded 12th Manipur Legislative Assembly Election. During their stay in New Delhi, various national-based media including India Today, Times Now, Aaj Tak, etc. have reported about caretaker N. Biren Singh being told to continue as the Chief Minister in the next government. However, minutes after those reports went viral on social media, Imphal Times reported the news as bogus and over speculation.
“We attended meeting with BJP central leadership hosted by the President JP Nadda and review the election result as well as preparation for the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha Election”, N. Biren Singh said soon after landing at Bir Tikendrajit Airport. The caretaker Minister said that there was no announcement of the Chief Minister and none of the state BJP representatives have attended the Parliamentary Board meeting.
Thongam Biswajit, who also landed at Imphal airport before the Caretaker Chief Minister also said that they have visited to celebrate the victory of the BJP in Manipur as per directives of the BJP National President JP Nadda and other central BJP leaders.
But a close watch to the facial gestures of both Th Biswajit and N. Biren Singh while talking to media at Bir Tikendrajit Airport talks something else. A. Sharda Devi, the state president of the BJP shy away from the media.

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