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BPF promises social integration

Sitting Assam Transport minister and BPF candidate for No. 5 Kokrajhar Lok Sabha constituency Chandan Brahma promises to fulfill well establishes of social integration and development among society.

Brahma while campaigning for his candidature at Jharbari Saturday in Kokrajhar said his winning is cleared as all sections of community and organizations are supporting BPF nominee in the ensuing parliamentary election slated to be held on April 24.He said that ruling BPF is working for all round development for the common publics through which peoples are getting healthy situation in the region. He has promised that he would try bringing well human resource development in coming days and urges peoples to vote for him so that BPF party can meet facilitate the demands of the social status.

Brahma along with Kampa Borgoyary, BTC deputy chief and BPF spokesman, Mono Kumar Brahma,BTc executive member, Banendra Mushahary, MLA ,Pradip Kumar Brahma,MLA,Indra Mahan Brahma BTC member were also held poll campaign meetings at various places including Halang Bazar,Aflagaon, Serfanguri Nepalpara, Dotma and Fakiragram.

Meanwhile,Urkhao Gwra Brahma, ABSU and its allied organization backed Independent candidate also held campaigns on Saturday at Jharbari Selekhaguri in the district. He has slammed that BPF has failed to meet aspirations of the masses of the council as well across the state being part of alliance government in the Dispur. He said that independent candidate backed by ABSU, BPPF, NDFB (P), UDPF and PJACBM will win the ensuing parliamentary election without any hesitation. He has also appealed all sections of the community to vote for him to meet new change of social sense in the region so that peoples can meet good governance and environment.

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