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Election campaigns gained momentum

With just few days left to the scheduled assembly election, candidates from different political parties and independent candidates are busy with their campaigning at their respective constituencies in the state

Sitting MLA and BPF candidate for Kokrajhar east LAC Pramila Rani Brahma hold her election campaign at Bhumki village on Sunday. She said that she has contesting the election to gain more development and integration. She said that her BPF party was working for the all round development for the common masses . She has promised to work more integration if she elected for another term, besides urging to vote for the party. 

UPP candidate for Kokrajhar east LAC and social activist Pratibha Brahma also hold campaigning at various places on Sunday in support of her candidature. The UPP has held election campaign at Brahmapur, Jordanpur, Sonapur where huge party supporter as well common publics thronged. 

Brahma said that the common voters in the constituency wanting social uplift and integration, of which why she has been contesting the seat. She has claimed that her winning is sure in the election as irrespective of organization and communities are supporting the UPP party. 

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