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Ajay Kumar Narzary eyes social change

Independent candidate for 30-Kokrajhar east LAC Ajay Kumar Narzary has eyed of building social change and integration among all sections of communities in the region. Speaking the reporters today at his residence in Kokrajhar, Narzary said that he has been contesting the assembly election from Kokrajhar east to establish social change by bringing consciousness of human resource development among society. 'Creating social consciousness, corruption free society and people's welfare activities is the prime job of his contesting election. Peoples across the different communities extended support to his candidature, so his winning is sure from the Kokrajhar east LAC', Narzary said. 

He has appealed to all sections of communities to vote for his candidature to meet bring social uplift and integrated society. 

 

 

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