Gogoi hits at Rajnath Singh
Countering BJP President Rajnath Singh's allegation of 'foreigners issue is not in Congress's agenda', Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said that the BJP did nothing to solve the issue during their tenure at the Centre. Thus their allegation is nothing but a political play that comes before every election. Gogoi questioned the BJP's role regarding constructing of Indo-Bangladesh border fence which were in a very deplorable state then in comparison to the present status.
Mocking on BJP's so called success in the recently concluded GMC election, Gogoi said that the party had failed to retain the success percentage of the earlier election though they were hyping on the success. Instead, Gogoi said, it was the Congress who got the absolute majority.
Sighting various developmental activities in the state, Gogoi, expressed with great confidence that the forthcoming Lok Sabha election will see a better seat sharing for the Congress than the earlier elections.
On the issue of Bangladesh land deal, CM reiterated that the deal will benefit Assam and that the longstanding border disputes will be solved forever.
6 Feb 2017 - 5:58pm | AT News
Normalcy is back to Kohima and Dimapur three days after an orgy of violence forced the authorities to clamp indefinite curfew in the capital city and the commercial hub.
Schools and colleges, banks one offices, shops and markers are opening much to a major relief for the common people who had to confined to their homes for four days.
The protestors keep demanding chief minister TR Zeliang’s resignation for implementing 33 per cent reservation in the municipal bodies which triggered the huge protest and the protestors turned violent where DC office, municipality offices were vandalized.
What made the situation more worse was the killing of two protestors in police firing in Dimapur before the violent protest erupted.
22 Aug 2012 - 9:20am | editor
A lower court on Tuesday sent Hira Sarania to police custody for 6 days a day after he was arrested on murder and robbery charges by Guwahati police. He was remanded to police custody after he was produced before the chief judicial magistrate on Tuesday.
19 Jan 2012 - 12:25am | editor
Security forces seized a huge cache of explosive materials at Lumding Railway station on Wednesday amid speculations of an impending string of attack in the run up to the Republic Day.
Four bags were spotted by the security forces at the platform No 2 at around 9-30 in the morning. These contained 600 geleatin sticks, 600 pieces of detonators and 12 packets of fuse wires were kept inside four bags.