BJP-led govt facing flak in Namrup
Congress leaders and workers in Namrup on Sunday accused the BJP led Sonowal Government of doing precious little to uplift BVFCL .
In her address, party leader and former Naharkatiya MLA Pranati Phukan said the BJP led government at the Centre and state were least interested to develop BVFCL. She said that the government has stopped the schemes meant for the poor people.
She further strongly condemned prime minister Narendra Modi for comparing women to a gas cylinder suggesting that he had no respect for women.
Nitul Nahardeka President of Namrup Yuba Congress, Umesh Gogoi, President of Jeypore Block Congress, former minister Atuwa Munda were prominent among those who addressedthe meeting.
Addressing the meeting, Munda said , "the Country is moving in a wrong direction where the age of British India are back. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is Adolf Hitler who destroyed the Indian culture.”
He slammed the government alleging that the education system was suffering in the name of Din Dayal Upadhya where prominent personalities have been left in the lurch. Moniram Dewan , Kanaklata Boruah , Dr. Bhupen Hazarika et al have no influence for these people in power.
Atul Borgohain, District Ex President , Binud Borgohain , Nitu Nagbonkhi and Sushil Dihingia District Observer , Golok Nahardeka District Vice president , District Member Rajkumar Nilnatra Neog , Tutumoni Lahon also were present in thr meeting where more than five thousand people gathered.
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