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Conrad Sangma vows as 13th CM of Meghalaya

Published on March 08, 2023
Current Context: Conrad Sangma, the leader of National People's Party (NPP), was sworn in as the 13th Chief Minister of Meghalaya for his second term on March 7, 2023.He took oath along with 11 cabinet ministers from NPP, BJP, UDP and HSPDP at a ceremony held at Raj Bhavan in Shillong. The oath was administered by Governor Satya Pal Malik.
Conrad Sangma vows as 13th CM of Meghalaya
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP president JP Nadda and several chief ministers of northeastern states attended the ceremony and congratulated Sangma
  • Sangma led the Meghalaya Democratic Alliance (MDA), a coalition of six parties, to a comfortable victory in the assembly election held on February 27. The MDA won 38 out of 60 seats, while the Congress won only 17 seats
  • Sangma thanked the people of Meghalaya for their support and trust. He said he would work hard to fulfill their aspirations and expectations. He also expressed his gratitude to PM Modi and Amit Shah for their guidance and cooperation
  • Running a coalition government with six parties and ensuring good team work, space and motivation among them.
  • Dealing with the pressure groups that oppose some of his allies, such as HSPDP, and demand their withdrawal from the MDA.
  • Addressing the issues of development, governance, law and order, health care, education and environment in Meghalaya.
  • Balancing the interests of different communities and regions in Meghalaya, especially on matters like inner line permit (ILP), border disputes and autonomy demands.


Q.1 When did Conrad Sangma take oath as the 13th Chief Minister of Meghalaya? 
a. March 1, 2023 
b. March 7, 2023 
c. March 13, 2023 
d. March 17, 2023

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