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Meghalaya MP Agatha K Sangma Ties The Nuptial Knot, See Pics

Picture Supply: Twitter/Conrad Sangma

Lok Sabha member from Tura, Agatha Ok Sangma tied the nuptial knot on Thursday, November 21 along with her fiance Dr. Patrick Rongma Marak, a health care provider.

Three-time MP from Tura, Agatha is the youngest daughter of former Lok Sabha Speaker late PA Sangma and sister of Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma and state’s Residence Minister James Ok Sangma.

Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Ok Sangma posted a collection of tweets together with footage of his sister getting married.

Conrad wrote, “Here comes our bride! It is an extremely emotional moment to see our sister walking down the aisle today. Our Papa would be so proud.”

“Congratulations to the newlyweds! May God bless their union as they begin their journey together. Such a proud and happy moment for our family,” one other tweet by him reads.

Conrad additionally paid tribute to his father, late PA Sangma, on the day of his sister Agatha Sangma’s marriage ceremony. He was accompanied by Assam finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma.

Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio and his deputy Y Patton, Sikkim Chief Minister P S Tamang and senior cupboard ministers and prime political leaders from Meghalaya attended the marriage ceremony.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi additionally congratulated the newly-wed couple.

“Congratulations to Agatha and Patrick. Best wishes to the newly-weds. Congratulations also to your family on this happy and special occasion. My friend, the late PA Sangma, would have been delighted,” PM Modi tweeted.

Born in New Delhi and introduced up in West Garo Hills, Meghalaya, Agatha obtained her LLB diploma from the Pune College and later joined the bar in Delhi Excessive Courtroom. She did her Masters in Environmental Administration on the College of Nottingham, UK.

Agatha Sangma was first elected to the 14th Lok Sabha from Tura in 2008 when she received a by-election after her father P.A. Sangma resigned from the seat to hitch state politics. Later she was re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha the place she was the youngest Indian MP. At age 29, she was the youngest minister within the council of ministers of 15th Lok Sabha.

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