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AIUDF MCLAs join BPF

It is with political development in BTC that four AIUDF sitting MCLA and an Aikhya Manch MCLA joined in ruling BPF party at a party meeting held in New Delhi today. BPF party has now strength 27 out of 40 members house with five MCLAs joined the party.

AIUDF party got elected four members from eight contesting seats in 2015 BTC elections.Elected four members of the AIUDF formally joined in ruling BPF party, left AIUDF zero strength in the BTC Legislative Assembly. Four MCLAs are Abdul Ali Mondal (Fakiragram), Jyotindra Nath (Parbatjhora), Mominur Islam (Guma) and Robert Narzary (Udalguri).Abdul Kalek, MCLA from Srirampur also joined the BPF party. BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary and party leaders welcomed newly joined MCLAs from AIUDF with traditional Aronai.

Jyotindra Nath Brahma, who joined BPF said that he along with three other party members joined in the ruling BPF party seeing development and welfare of the constituency.

' BPF is the only party to bring development and social uplift in the region', he said adding that there is no party can bring development and change among society except BPF party in BTC council. He has expressed his hopeful that Parbatjhora constituency will be getting ushering in days to coming through the BPF ruled BTC administration.

Abdul Ali Mondal, AIUDF MCLA, who also left his party said that AIUDF party has failed while fulfill aspiration and hopes of the common citizens in BTAD region. He said that AIUDF MCLAs leave the party to join BPF to gain development and social welfare in the region.

Mentioned be made that BPF won 20 out of 40 member house in the 2015 council election.BPF formed third council executive with support of an independent Maheswar Basumatary and after few months an independent MCLA merged up with BPF which earned strength for 22 in the legislative house. With today's development in political, BPF strength goes 27 out of the 40 member's house. Presently, UPP 7, BJP lone and 5 independent MCLA in the BTC Legislative Assembly.

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