BTC Chief Hagrama Mohilary has warned his partymen to work stress more for gaining party strength and his party should not be face of ‘Minus’ position in all 12 existing MLA seats across the stste in the ensuing 2016 Assembly elections.
Mohilary,who is also President of Bodoland Peoples Front(BPF),addressing the well attended party convention at Bodofa Cultural complex on Sunday in Kokrajhar said that party leader and workers should work for the gain of party position through dedication while building up social integration among society.He has claiming of that his party has still position of winning in all sitting seats in the state his party was gained in power in recent concluded council elections.
Mohilary told his partymen that party should not be face of ‘Minus’ status which seats are being occupied by party in the Assembly elections due in 2016 next.He has urged party leader and workers to be more dedicated and win hearts of the publics to meet healthy winning in the society.He also said that has party has decided to give more stress while bringing of social development and equal distributions of the schemes through proper channel.
He has also framed out that each and every developmental schmes should be come through primary and block committee of the party and party leaders should sign their authorisation in the schemes,otherwise it will not be meet put up.He stressing of well implementation of developmental schemes in the council said that only his partymen will get benefits of the schemes as his party was not gained sufficient majority in the recent concluded elections.He has promised to check work of schemes in corruption free and peoples should get healthy development.
A new committee of the Kokrajhar district unit of the party with Derhasat Basumatary as president and Simson Mushahary as secretary,was formed for next three years in the delegate sitting of the party.
Among others,MLAs Pramila Rani Brahma,Pradip Kumar Brahma,BTC executive members Rajib Brahma,Doneswar Goyary were present in the convention.