NDFB-P unhappy with peace process
The NDFB(P) is quite unhappy with the slow pace of peace process even seven years after the outfit struck a deal with the government. The pro talk militant outfit is further worried over the stepped up activities by NDFB-S, KLO and Jehadis.
The NDFB-P made the observations when they celebrated the outfit’s 29th foundation day centrally at Serfanguri designated camp in Kokrajhar on Saturday. NDFB president Dhiren Boro hoisted the flag in presence of the central leaders and took guard of honour from his cadres.
General secretary Govindo Basumatary said that the outfit took up arms for the cause of Bodo nation on this day in 1986 and struck ceasefire deal with the government in 2005 for the solution of Bodoland issues. He told that peace talk is going on and yet the government has not been sincere to solve the issue. He slammed the NDA government at the Centre for failing to implement their poll promises.
DHD chairman Dilip Nunisa, who attended the programme said that the government has done precious little to solve the problem of militancy. BTC MCLAs Jyotirindra Brahma, Jiran Basumatary and leaders from various organizations attended the function.
19 May 2016 - 7:43pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau
Senior BPF leader and former minister Pramila Rani Brahma has been elected straight six term consecutive from 30-Kokrajhar east LAC in Kokrajhar district to the Assam assembly that was today declared. Brahma,after electing as MLA for six term from
Kokrajhar east LAC said that she will stress on social integration and development in the constituency. Brahma defeated UPP candidate Pratibha Brahma in huge 40080 margin for the six term. Six candidates contested from the constituency and shw their mass supports to the election. She said that her party has been eyeing to be part of
government formation in the state and would place for seeking 3-4 ministry berths in the government.She thanked to all citizens of the constituency for electing her for another term.
got 76,481 votes while UPP candidate Pratibha got 36,401 votes.
29 Aug 2007 - 3:59am | pragmoni
Guwahati : One ULFA was killed at Borka Borigog village in the wee hours of Wednesday in an encounter with police.One policeman was also injured when the militants exploded a bullet.
Borka is the village where Phul Chand Ram was killed one and a half month ago.
22 Jan 2016 - 6:54pm | Hantigiri Narzary
The Bodoland Peoples Front(BPF), ruling party in BTAD has expressed its fully prepared ahead three months left to the ensuing assembly election in the state.
BPF party leader and members today welcome Rabiram Narzary and his party leaders,whose BPPF party recently merged up with BPF party at a party meeting at BPF office in Kkrajhar in the presence of senior party leaders.
Former minister,Kokrajhar east MLA and party vice president Pramila Rani Brahma said that her party has fully prepared to contest the election as party has been now waiting the announcement of the date scheduled.
‘We have fully prepared our preparations as party has declared its candidates for the election.We have also prepared to organised mass gathering in all constituencies where party is contesting”,Brahma said.
Brahma has claimed that her party is winning in all the contested seats and government would be formed under party support at Dispur.
The party has decided to hold mass gathering on January 28 at Aminkata for Gossaigaon constituency,January 29 at Dotma Balanga for Kokrajhar west constituency,January 30 at Gauripur for Gauripur constituency, February 10 at Kokrajhar for Kokrajhar east constituency,besides dates have been scheduled gathering at Udalguri and Mazbat on February 1 and 2 respectively were party president Hagrama Mohilary will address.
Rabiram Narzary said that he is contesting the Kokrajhar west seat ad his candidature is winning as common publics are favouring for him.
“There is no any doubt of his winning from the seat as he was declared as party nomination to contest the election.He and his party has now fully prepared for the election”,he said.
MLA Majendra Narzary,BTC executive member Rajib Brahma,Mrithunjay Narzary, ex-BTC executive members Derhasat Basumatary,Reoreoa Narzihary were among others prominent attendees on the meeting.