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BPF gears up for assembly poll

The Bodoland Peoples Front(BPF) party has geared up for the upcoming assembly election holding of public meeting in the Bodoland region as well across the state.

BPF president Hagrama Mohilary,who is also BTC chief addressed a public meeting organised by Bongshigaon primary BPF party at Bongshigaon ground under Kokrajhar east constitution today.

Addressing the well attended meeting,Mohilary said that his pary was working to the all round development of the region.He said atht BPF party is contesting in 16 LACs of Bodoland with its own candidates and supporting BJP party in outside of BTAD in the upcoming election.He said that his party is forming the next government at Dispur alliance with BJP as citizens of the state are supporting the party.

Mohilary hitting at the Congress government at Dispur  said that Congress never want development and change of society in well manner in the state.

Congress can’t  be winning  majority in the coming up assembly,no doubt that the next state government would be formed by BPF-BJP party ‘, Mohilary claimed.

MLA Pramila Rani Brahma,BTC executive members Rajib Brahma,Doneswar Goyary were prominent attendees on the meeting.

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