Imphal, November 3: Assam Health Minister and North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) convener Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday said that the people in India do not want to live with any disputes which hinder the prosperity of the country.
Speaking to media persons on his arrival at Imphal airport in Manipur, Sarma said. “We want to see that all disputes, including the ongoing Naga political talks with the Center, resolve in our lifetime. Every human being will aspire for that.” Sarma, who is on a two-day visit in the state, will address the public rallies for BJP candidates and also meet party leaders.
Sarma claimed that based on his interaction with party leaders in Manipur, he was convinced the BJP will win in all the five constituencies with a comfortable margin.
Four assembly constituencies, Wangoi, Lilong, Wangjing Tentha and Saitu are voting on November 7. BJP candidate Ginsuanhau Zou has been elected as unopposed in Singhat Assembly constituency by-poll after his opponent, Chinlunthang, an independent candidate, withdrew his nomination. (Agencies)