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Campaigning gains momentum in Kokrajhar

Campaigning from various parties and oragnisations for their candidates has been gaining momentum in Kokrajhar district along with others districts of the council to the sheduled April 8 BTC election.

Sitting BTc member and BPF candidate for Dotma constituency Indra Mahan Brahma held his campaigns at Anthihara,Simlaguri and Milan Bazar where irrespective of caste and creed communities participated.

Brahma said that BPF party was working for the allround development of the council and has been taking stern spirits to build a healthy development for common publics.He has claimed that his candidature is winning in huge votes for second term from Dotma seat as peoples come forward to support BPF party.He also told that there is no any party to defeat BPF in the council as his party is winning large majority and council will be formed by BPF party.

Senior party leaders from Kokrajhar district Girendra Roy,Joymati Basumatary addressed the meeting and urged the voters to vote for BPF candidate in the election. 

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