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Ticket tussle in BPF

Sitting BPF MLA from Kokrajhar west seat Pradip Kumar Brahma expressed his reaction just after declined to get party ticket to contest ensuing assembly election said that it was Hagrama Mohilary's decision, not PMB body of the party. 

In an exclusive interview who was declined ticket to contest election, Brahma told that he was given party ticket to contest in 2011 by party president Hagrama Mohilary and today he face declined of ticket by him, which has showed that Mohilary run the party on his will and not by the party democracy. 

He said, "When I was given party ticket in 2011 and elected to the assembly where I had to face damarage of crores of schemes as I was a first class ' A' tikadar in that time. After elected MLA I had lost several construction jobs, which are happened due to Mohilary".

Brahma said that giving ticket to Rabiram Narzary, who today unified with BPF will not be benefitting to party, as he was not belonged to Kokrajhar west constituency. His entry into BPF party will decrease party spirits as peoples are favoring to party sides, he said. 

He also expressed his gesture to contest coming election, but he did not opened his mouth this time. He simply said that he will do for the welfare of the publics as he had served during his MLA tenure. 

Supporters of MLA Brahma strongly reacted for not getting party ticket to sitting MLA said that it was unacceptable and unimagine decision over declined to a sitting MLA. Newly unified member of BPF,Rabiram Narzary's candidature declaration would meet of defeat in the election, a supporter of Brahma, who did not wish to name.

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