Election campaigns fever grows up

Election fever grew up ahead few days of scheduled Assam assembly election among various parties like regional, national in the state including BPF, UPP, AGP, AIUDF, Congress, BJP.

BPF president Hagrama Mohilary, who is also BTC chief campaigned for party candidate Banendra Mushahary from Gauripur LAC at Debitala High School ground in a chartered Helicopter. 

Mohilary was accompanied with Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daimary, addressed the well attended election rally said that his party has been fielding 16 constituencies all over the BTAD region. He has been claiming of that his party is winning I  large number of contesting seats without any hesitation, because common citizens are supporting the party with heart

'BPF ruled BTC administration was working to the deep welfare of the common masses since it's inception and it would be continued in days to coming', Mohilary said. 

He said that this time BPF has pact with BJP in the election to meet more development as well sustaining of more packages to the council to the greater interest of citizen's welfare.  He also promised of that BTC administration has been stressing to gain more infrasteuctural spirits in the region with priorities of educational uplift, road communication and social integration. 

BPF candidate for Kokrajhar west Rabiram Narzary hold his election campaign at Serfanguri Kuntaibari. He has appealed to vote for his candidature to make last laugh from the constituency. 

Former Rajya Sabha MP and UPP president Urkhao Gwra Brahma, who is also UPP candidate from Kokrajhar west hold his election campaign at Dotma Bhutiapara. 

He said that his party is contesting the election to pave way good governance and social integration in the region. 

'Bringing of social uplift among society is the prime aspect of the party to create healthy integration', Brahma said. 

He has claimed that his candidature is winning from the constituency because irrespective of cast, creed and languages are supporting UPP party in the region. 

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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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