Shillong, August 12, 20:
National People’s Party (NPP) President and Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma congratulated the winners of the Mega Mister Northeast 2019 competition.
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The Meghalaya Chief Minister met all three winners in person and congratulated them for bringing laurels to their respective states. Sharing pictures on his official Twitter account, he wrote, “Congratulations winners of Mega Mister Northeast 2019. Wishing you a great future ahead.”
Congratulations winners of Mega Mister Northeast 2019. Wishing you a great future ahead. pic.twitter.com/gjPJWaMn9f
— Conrad Sangma (@SangmaConrad) August 12, 2019
Imphal boy Lukanand Kshetrimayum won laurels to Manipur by winning the titles of ‘Mister India International’ and the ‘Garnier Men Mega Mister North East 2019’ at a function held at the ITA Cultural Complex, Machkhowa in Guwahati last Thursday.
In the presence of around 1,000 spectators from all across the north-eastern region, Jonathan Thangeo from Mizoram and Sonam Paul Tenzing Bhutia from Sikkim were also bestowed with the titles of 10th Garnier Men Mega Mister North East 2019. The Imphal lad after winning the title makes him qualified to represent India in the Mister International pageant to be held later this year.
The three winners will be offered professional representation by Mega Entertainment, a professional grooming session, which would guide them further on how to carry themselves forward in the professional atmosphere. Besides this, the winners also get an opportunity to walk the ramp in various national and international shows.
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