BJP chief Amit Shah on Saturday said the results of Meghalaya Assembly elections appeared to be for a change and the Congress has not got the public's mandate.He said the National Democratic Alliance partners have got "big success" in the state."It appears to be a verdict for change. Our allies have done well. We have done well. The Congress has not got majority," Shah told reporters here.Answering a query, he said the people had returned a hung assembly. "The government will be formed by the party that gets the support of (majority of) MLAs," he said. He questioned the Congress for sending two of its senior leaders Ahmed Patel and Kamal Nath to the northeastern state. "Why have they gone there," he asked. The Congress has ruled the state for a decade.Of the 59 of the 60 seats for which elections were held, the Congress bagged 21, the National People's Party 19 and the BJP 2. The remaining seats have gone to Independents and other parties.