Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma on Tuesday slammed the BJP for its 'Congress-mukt Bharat' movement and said the saffron party wants to be a 'dictator' by trying to get rid of other rival parties. "The BJP has a hidden agenda to weaken all other parties, which clearly shows it wants to be a dictator," Mukul said on the sidelines of a party meet in Shillong. "I pity the BJP for its bankruptcy of idea. We will fight the hidden agenda and are confident of overcoming it," he said.
The Chief Minister was reacting to a question on the declared intention of the BJP to 'wipe out' the Congress in the upcoming 2018 state elections in Meghalaya and in North East in general. "Unlike BJP's agenda of a 'Congress-mukt Bharat", Congress' agenda is to address the problems faced by the people," the CM added.