Congress starts countdown for polls; Installs LED panels & countdown meters
The Congress has started the countdown for the forthcoming polls and the party is confident that it will form the next government in the State.
GUWAHATI: The Congress has started the countdown for the forthcoming polls and the party is confident that it will form the next government in the State. With a view to highlight its '5-Guarantee' campaign, the party has installed LED panels and countdown meters across all its district offices.
The panels read 'Paanch Guarantee Puran Hoboloi Imaan Din Baaki Aase.'
Placed below this message on the panel, is a countdown meter vividly visualizing and calculating, days, hours and seconds, left to the poll date.
AICC (All India Congress Committee) general secretary and APCC (Assam Pradesh Congress Committee) in-charge Jitendra Singh inaugurated the installation of LED panels across all the district offices of the party from Rajiv Bhawan on Monday.
All-India Mahila Congress president Sushmita Dev and APCC Media and Communication chief Abdul Khaleque also took part in the inauguration programme.
APCC Media Department chairperson Bobbeeta Sharma through a release stated that, "The panel amplifies the message that the Congress is coming to power and the firm assurance of the implementation, of the party's 5 Guarantees, to usher in an era of, prosperity and empathy driven, elected-rule in the State."
Parallelly, all district presidents of the State, also went ahead to install, the LED panels at their respective offices. Photos and videos of the panels installed, in all district headquarters, were shared by the party on social media.
Addressing the media, Singh talked about the differences that have been created among various candidates after the party released its candidate list.
"It is normal that many candidates are upset after not receiving party tickets. Congress is a big democratic party and here all the members live like a family. It was hard to nominate candidates from various constituencies. There were several eligible candidates from a single constituency. We have consoled the upset candidates that they will be appointed for deserving posts after the party comes to power," said Singh.