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Akhil warns BJP, RSS

KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi has urged the people to unmask Congress government in the state and Narendra Modi government at the Centre alleging that the common people have been bearing the brunt of a set of anti-people policies.

Just before resuming his Sabhavana Yatra at Raha on Tuesday morning, Gogoi said that the BJP-led government has been trying to foment communal trouble in Assam along with other parts of the country. ’’ The need of the hour is to be aware of the BJP party. This BJP government has been doing precious little for the common people during the last one and half years” Gogoi told the huge crowd of 10,000 people.

Warning BJP and RSS of dire consequences if they further try to politicize Lachit Barphukan Gogoi said that the people of Assam will never allow the Ahom General to mire in Hindutva politics. “Why will we allow? They are trying to politicize Lachit Barphukan. They are politicizing Sankardev! No, we wont tolerate,” said the KMSS leader.

Gogoi said, “I warn BJP and RSS for the last time to stop playing politics over Lachit Barphukan and the Saint Sankardev. They will have to face the consequences.”

Earlier, Gogoi asked the people to beware of Congress government in Dispur and the NDA government at the Centre. Sharpening his attack on Congress , he said that both Congress and BJP parties have already done no less harm for Assam and its people.

The KMSS firebrand told the crowd that the Narendra Modi Government at the Centre is dangerous for the farmers, traders, workers and labourers. “Public properties are being sold. One after another taxes have been imposed to be born by the common people,” said Gogoi.

“With this long march we want to make the people aware of the anti people policies of the NDA government at the Centre. The government is trying to create communal clash in the state. The need of the hour is a massive awareness drive to thwart the attempt,” said Gogoi to this correspondent just before the march.

He threatened to launch a massive statewide agitation if the poor people are not given land pattas by the Tarun Gogoi government. “Equally, BJP is dangerous for the country. BJP is not at all good for Assam and the Assam,” said Gogoi.

He threatened to launch a massive statewide agitation if the poor people are not given land pattas by the Tarun Gogoi government. “Equally, BJP is dangerous for the country. BJP is not at all good for Assam and the Assam,” said Gogoi.

It might be mentioned here that thousands of people from the far flung areas thronged at Raha Sport field early in the morning to hear Akhil Gogoi's speech and to join the march.

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