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BJP campaigns for BTC election

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has gained it's campaigning in BTC region for their candidates to the scheduled April 8 next council polls. 

Siddarthaa Bhattacharya, president of Assam state BJP campaigned at Sakti Ashram ground for Fakiragram candidate Dilip Barman and Bibuti Bhusan Borogoyary from Dotma, Salakati for Malati Rani Narzary, Mijink Nwgwr for Samarendra Brahma for Debargaon and Manoj Kumar Brahma for Banargaon constituency. 

Bhattacharya alleged that BPF ruled BTC administration has failed while proving safe and security to the common publics in the region.He has also said that BPF had corrupted all public development funds allotted from centre for the welfare in its decade long reigned and they have built their building,but not for the peoples of the council of which why peoples are suffering from various fronts of development.

Bhattacharya has claimed that there is no doubt as his saffron party has been winning in large number of seats in the election and council would be formed by sagffron party.

Among others,BJP candidates from Banargaon Manoj Kumar Brahma,Samarendra Brahma from Debargaon constituency was also present in the campaign rally.

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