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BPPF campaigns for UG Brahma

Former Kalaigaon MLA and BPPF leader Nathuram Boro claim that Independent candidate Urkhao Gwra Brahma, backed by ABSU and its allied organizations will win the prestigious No. 5 Kokrajhar Lok Sabha constituency, election  scheduled on April 24 with huge votes from irrespective of caste and community.

Boro while addressing an election campaigned in a well attended public gathering for Brahma on Saturday at Kanthalguri playground under Kokrajhar east LAC said that there is no any influence candidate to defeat independent candidate Brahma in Kokrajhar as his winning is cleared as irrespective of caste and creed from various communities extended their supports. He has alleged BPF party is failed while providing proper development to the citizens of the region among all communities in their ruling tenure that is why this time people will vote for Brahma. He has appealed all sections of community to vote for independent candidate Brahma to bring new sense of development and social integration in the region.

BPF candidate Chandan Brahma, AITMC candidate Rajit Sekhar Mooshahary, independent candidates Naba Kumar Sarania @ Hira Sarania, Sansuma Khunggur Bwiswmuthiary and Sabdharam Rabha has also campaigned for their candidature in various places in the constituency.

 

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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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