Manipur Peoples Party

Manipur Peoples Party

The Manipur Peoples Party (MPP) is a political party in the Indian state of Manipur. MPP was founded on December 26, 1968 by a group of dissidents from the Indian National Congress. At the February 2007 Manipur state elections, the party received 5 of the 60 seats. [1]

See also

  • Indian National Congress breakaway parties


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