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BJP can't form govt in Dispur

AIUDF supremo and Lok Sabha MP Maulana Badaruddin Ajmal has predicting termed that BJP can’t form government at Dispur in upcoming assembly election in Assam.

Ajmal while addressing in a well attended election rally at Monakocha Fakiragram under Kokrajhar west constitution(No.29 LAC) in Kokrajhar district said that the AIUDF has been putting own candidates constituencies in BTAD and winning in large number of seats is sure as common publics are supporting the party.He has predicting said that neither BJP nor Congress can’t be able to form government in the state.Both parties have lost peoples’ faith in their working as they failed to fulfilled their promises and assurances in the last previous years.He also said that common publics will vote against BJP in upper Assam and Congress will face setback in Lower Assam region.

He has claimed that his party was working to the welfare of the common masses since its inception.He has urged the common publics to vote for AIUDF to meet good governance and healthy environment in the state.

Ajmal on the understanding with Congress party told that his party has an understanding Congress in the upcoming election,but kept aside to declare their understanding on the media.He also said that his party would contest in 60 constituencies in the election.

Dr Aditya Lanthasa,working president of the party,Hafis Bashir Qasmi,MLA from Bilashipara west,BTC MCLA Abdul Ali Mondol,Jatindra Nath Brahma,Dahit Chandra Brahma,Subradha Narzary,AIUDF leaders were prominent attendees on the rally.

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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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