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United at Dispur and divided in rural Assam is AGP-BJP tie-up

United at Dispur and divided in  rural Assam is AGP-BJP tie-up

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  7 Oct 2017 12:00 AM GMT

Thrust is on increasing the number of panchayat seats with us: Atul Bora

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Oct 6: Coalition partners BJP and AGP are united at Dispur and divided at panchayat constituencies in the State, and the sole motto of each of the partners is ‘playing to win’.

They put a united fight against the Opposition at Dispur, but they are set to fight between them at the panchayat constituencies in rural Assam. They have separate strategies for the forthcoming panchahat poll in the State as they are set to fight the rural poll on their own. They are friends at Dispur and foes in rural Assam.

In the recent panchayat convention held in Guwahati, regiol party did sound its panchayat poll bugle. And now the party is set to meet at Duliajan on October 14, 2017 – its foundation day. The party was formed on October 17, 1985 at Golaghat. From Duliajan, the leaders of the party are set to address its grassroots workers and supporters. Top leaders of the party like president Atul Bora, working president Keshab Mahanta, former Chief Minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta and others are going to huddle together at Duliajan on October 14.

Talking to The Sentinel, AGP president Atul Bora said: “Our grassroots workers want the party to go it alone in the forthcoming panchayat polls. We’ve high regards for the wishes of the party workers and supporters. We’re going to fight the panchayat polls on our own. We’re going to give party tickets against party symbols in the panchayat poll. We’ve a number of panchayats with us, and thrust is to increase the number of seats.”

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