BJP Sorkar Hisab Diyok-Uttor Diyok
GUWAHATI, Aug 26: All India Congress Committee’s (AICC) Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) in-charge Harish Rawat arrived in the State on a five-day visit on Sunday when he took part at a meeting at Azara on the outskirts of Guwahati. The meeting is part of the APCC’s BJP Sorkar Hisab Diyok-Uttor Diyok drive which is likely to gain steam.
During his five-day stay in the State, Rawat is to interact with grassroots-level workers of the party with the Lok Sabha election coming nearer. At today’s meeting at Azara, Rawat was vocal against the four-and-half-year-old BJP-led government at the Centre and asked it to be accountable to the people as to what it had done in the past four years and a half. “The BJP-led government in Assam has also completed over two years but is yet to fulfill any of the promises made to the people of the State,” he said. Today’s programme also saw the release of a booklet – BJP Sorkar Hisab Diyok-Uttor Diyok. The meeting was attended, among others, by APCC president Ripun Bora and Leader of Opposition Debabrata Saikia.
Similar meetings will be held by the Opposition party in the State at Ramdiya in Hajo Assembly sector of Guwahati Lok Sabha constituency on August 27, at a location at Margherita Assembly sector in Dibrugarh Lok Sabha constituency on August 28 and at a place in Lahowal Assembly sector in Dibrugarh Lok Sabha constituency on August 29.
Rawat said that by the end of this year the APCC would launch another drive to unmask the BJP.