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Mohilary confident of victory

BPF president and BTC Chief Hagrama Mohilary claim that his party candidature will win the Kokrajhar Lok Sabha constituency in huge votes.

Mohilary while coming to his vote at Debargaon HS School polling station this morning at around 9.30 am along with family members said that BPF candidate Chandan Brahma will win the election in huge votes. He claiming that election was passed off peaceful in the district where peoples from irrespective of caste and communities come out to vote in free and fair manner which started from 7 am.

Mohilary expressed serious concern over the police personnel killing   at Harbangha polling station as well injuring other two police officers stone pelted by angry voters under Gossaigaon sub-division in Kokrajhar district.

Sitting MP and Independent candidate Sansuma Khunggur Bwiswmuthiary cast his vote at Kathalguri LP School polling centre in Kokrajhar.

Independent candidates Urkhao Gwra Brahma at Chalani Batabari, Sabdaram Rabha at Tamulpur Dalangpar polling centre, Naba Kumar Sarania at Tamulpur and TMC candidate Ranjit Sekhar Mooshahary at Jotaipara polling centre under Gossaigaon sub-division.  

Bwiswmuthiary has claimed that he will get majority vote and his winning is cleared. He said that he will stress more development for the common publics in the constituency.

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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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