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Defeat BJP, AGP, BPF alliance in Assam: Akhil Gogoi

Kokrajhar:  KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi has slammed the BJP, AGP, BPF alliance government in the state,said that the alliance partners will face defeat in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections as state government failed to fulfill hopes and promises of the citizens.
Gogoi was addressing a mass gathering of All BTC Minority Students Union (ABMSU) at Salakati in Kokrajhar on Sunday said that the alliance of AGP,BJP and BPF are getting blow in the Parliamentary elections due to their insincerity draw towards solutions and implementation of given promises.
He said that the alliance candidates are facing hardships of defeat in all Lok Sabha seats across the state in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
He categorically said that peoples in Kokrajhar Lok Sabha seat will vote against BPF candidate Pramila Rani Brahma.She is facing defeat as BJP led alliance government has failed to fulfil hopes and aspiration of the citizens.
He said that Lok Sabha elections will teach the BJP, AGP and BJP candidates  because citizens are wanting good and alternative way to meet healthy integration.
He has appealed all sections of society to come forward and vote against BJP, AGP and BPF alliance candidatures and bring severely defeat of the saffron party led alliance government in the statein the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
Gogoi alleged that BTC administration led by Hagrama Mohilary is doing huge corruption which are meant for uplift and development of the region.
Mohilary was not doing for the welfare of the common citizens in his area  but he has earned huge properties in his life. 'Still today, common Bodo peoples are deprived from their developmental expectations', said Akhil.
He has urged the government to provide healthy agricultural aspects to produce more crops and healthy living in the state.
KMSS leader Gogoi termed that BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary is a 'misolia administrator ' because Mohilary has involved with huge corruption and brought resented environment among societies in the region.
'I  am a person of Assam, so I don't afraid any situation whatever face in my life', said Akhil.
He has alleged that ABMSU leader Lafikul was victimise of political murder in the region. He accused state government has been responsible for delaying to the justice of the Lafikul murdder incident.
Lafikul was killed on August 1 in 2017 at Titaguri Bazaar along the JD Road in Kokrajhar.
The CBI has started its a into murder case  yet no any outcome was reached so far.
The ABMSU carried out a mass gathering in support of seeking justice to the murder case of Lafikul Islam Ahmed, former president of ABMSU.
The gathering saw large number of participants from different area of the BTAD region and demanded arrests of main culprits of the Lafikul murder case.
The ABMSU expressed unhappy over the delaying of investigation process into the incident.

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