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BJP says it suffers for sins committed by Congress

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  25 Nov 2017 12:00 AM GMT

APCC turns ga pact as hazy as turbid water

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 24: With the ga Framework Agreement signed in 2015 sending a turbid feeling among people and parties in Assam, the BJP is set to visit galand border on November 26 and 27, 2017.

Assam-galand border dispute has long been a turbid issue with the Congress and the ruling coalition partner at Dispur AGP opposing the ga Framework Agreement vehemently. Even as Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal making it clear in no uncertain terms that not even an inch of Assam land will be ceded to the neighouring State, the recent visit to the galand border and holding of rallies there by a team of the APCC has made the issue as hazy as turbid water. Slowly but certainly, the Opposition Congress has been able to put a thin edge of the wedge for the ruling BJP with CLP leader Debabrata Saikia inviting all legislature party leaders and party presidents to deliberate on the ga Framework Agreement on the floor of the State Assembly and the AGP openly opposing the agreement.

Talking to media on Friday, State BJP president Ranjit Kumar Dass said: “We’ve been suffering for the sins committed by the Congress. There has been no encroachment upon Assam land by galand when the BJP is in power. No Assam land will be included in the proposed galim.”

State BJP general secretary Dilip Saikia said: “Border dwellers of Assam have to pay the price for sins committed by the successive Congress governments in Assam. Instead of shying away from the blunder they committed, the Congress has been campaigning along the galand border.” The team to be headed by Dass is to visit Akoibasti, gakhuti, MV Panchayat and Majgaon in sectors B and C; Gorbasti (Merapani) and Negeribeel in Sector D on November 26. On November 27 the team is going to visit Bekajan, ginijan and Gohainbari.

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