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Why Bhattcharya tells lie?

How clean and truthful is Siddharth Bhattacharya? One after another white lies seem to have exposed the real face of the state BJP president. This time he is facing flak from the AASU heavyweights. AASU adviser Dr Samujal Bhattacharya, president Sankar Prasad Roy and general secretary Tapan Kumar Gogoi strongly lambasted the state BJP chief for disclosing that a few senior AASU leader would join his party.

The AASU trio made it clear on Sunday that they won’t join BJP. They called it a blatant lie. “Not even a single senior AASU leader has talked to him. No AASU leader would join politics,” the trio told reporters on Sunday in Gwahati. Then what forces the BJP president t claim it? A senior AASU leader told Assam Times,”he is known for his lies.“

Everybody knows how 24 hours after he took over as BJP president blamed Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi alleging his attempt to prevent a union minister’s visit. His blatant lies came to light when chief minister dared him to substantiate the allegation. But he failed to do it facing wrath even from a section of his own party for trying to make such false claim.

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