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Raijor Dol starts campaign in Dhemaji

Raijor dol, the new political initiation lead by KMSS in support of seventy different indigenous organizations of Assam has a big motorbike rally in Dhemaji on Tuesday. The rally was organised to protest against the illegal imprisonment of their leader Akhil Gogoi which about to complete 300 days in jail.

The rally was lead by one of the key convenors of Raijor Dol Dr Hari Kanta Das with the support of more than 400 bikes from different locations of Dhemaji Assembly Constituency.

The rally started from  Gogamukh and reached  Dhemaji Town crossing 27 km with more than 400 bikers. The rally concluded with an open meeting.

Convenor Hari Kanta Das expresses his concern that the imprisonment of Akhil Gogoi is totally illegal and politically motivated. The present government and their leader Sarbananda Sonowal and Himanta Biswa Sharma afraid of Akhil, so such a conspiracy been made against putting him in jail to suppress the people's voice.

The heartthrob of Assamese people is coming back soon. Today the love and confidence of Assamese people to RAIJOR DOL and Akhil Gogoi is a prime indication of the upcoming change. Das added.

Das asked the people of Dhemaji to further support  Raijor Dol as their own party for good governance.

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