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BPF election rally at Kokrajhar

BPF party has started it's campaign for assembly election in BTAD region holding election rally in various constituencies in the region. 

A grand mass gathering for party candidate Rabiram Narzary for Kokrajhar west constituency was held at Bamwnkhura ground on Friday in Kokrajhar district.

Rabiram Narzary, party candidate for the constituency addressing the gathering said that he is the party candidate for the constituency as party acknowledged him  to contest election. He said that BPF party was working to the all round development of the region. He has promised for equal distribution of right and functions among all sections of community if he voted in election. 

BPF president Hagrama Mohilary, who is also BTC chief whole addressing the well attended gathering said that BTC administration has been stressing to meet social uplift and integration among all sections of communities in the region. He said that his party has no any alliance party inside BTAD, but in outside of the council BPF will support BJP. He said that campaigns for the election has gets underway in all contesting seats which have already held over ten public gathering meetings. He has claimed that his party is winning 16 seats where party has been contesting in the election. 

Mohilary also told that BPF will form the next government at Dispur in alliance with BJP.

Mohilary come down heavily of minister Chandan Sarkar's statement said, 'Chandan Sarkar, he himself a Coal Mafia'. Do not referred me with Sarkar, he added. 


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