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Pramila Rani Brahma file nomination

Sitting MLA and BPF candidate for Kokrajhar east constituency Pramila Rani Brahma file nomination paper to the Returning Officer at DC office in Kokrajhar on Friday.

She was accompanied by senior leader Derhasat Basumatary,BTC executive members Doneswar Goyary,Rajib Brahma along with thousands of party supporters thronged at the huge procession from party office to DC office.

Brahma,after filling nomination papers said that she will stress more to uplift social-integration through facilitating electrification,sanitation among citizens in her constituency.She said that irrespective of caste,creed and languages are supporting her through which she is wining for six terms in her political career.

Brahma has been electing to the assembly since 1991and this time she is contesting for six terms.She has claimed that she has been doing  welfare for the common masses since elected as public representative in the assembly house.She always has been voice for the social upliftment and social unity so that citizens could be gained their right and developmental spirits.

‘There is no any candidate or party to face with her contest in the constituency. I don’t think, the opponent would be a factor to win the constituency’,Brahma added.

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