BJP's new election office inaugurated at Ganeshguri in Guwahati
Ahead of the forthcoming Assam Legislative Assembly Election, State BJP's (Bharatiya Janata Party) new election office at Ganeshguri was inaugurated on Monday.
GUWAHATI: Ahead of the forthcoming Assam Legislative Assembly Election, State BJP's (Bharatiya Janata Party) new election office at Ganeshguri was inaugurated on Monday.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, NEDA (North East Democratic Alliance) convener Himanta Biswa Sarma, and State BJP president Ranjeet Kumar Dass.
Addressing the media, Dass reiterated that the party will not accept applications from candidates seeking party tickets. He said that as many as four surveys are being conducted in the State out of which three are being done by a national committee. Based on these surveys, tickets will be offered to the candidates, said Dass.
He gave his confidence to the people that the BJP will get more than 100 seats in the forthcoming polls.
"We have 40 lakh party members and 96 lakh beneficiaries in the State. The BJP-led alliance will easily get over 100 seats," said Dass.
Further, taking a dig at the Congress, Dass said the former's condition is not stable.
"To boost the confidence of the party workers, the Congress leaders are stating that the party will win more than 100 seats. The perception that minority means Congress or AIUDF (All India United Democratic Front) has changed. The minority people will vote with their conscience. The BJP will definitely win in minority-dominated constituencies like West Goalpara, West Bilasipara, and Laharighat. Due to the good governance and developmental works, the party will win seats in Golaghat, Sarupathar, Mariani, Titabar, Nazira, Sivasagar and Naubaisa. The Congress led grand alliance won't hamper the BJP," said Dass.
It is to be mentioned that, during the inaugural ceremony, an edition of the Asomiya BJP Barta was also released by CM Sonowal, Himanta Biswa Sarma, and Dass.
Meanwhile, several leaders from the Congress and other parties joined the BJP at its party headquarters in the Hengerabari area.