KOKRAJHAR, March 13: As the elections to the BTC approach, political parties are involving in hectic electioneering to overpower their rivals. Candidates of various parties have started campaigning in their respective constituencies.
There is a record participation of parties in the council elections this time. Some organizations, including student bodies like the ABSU, ABMSU, AKRSU, and AAMSU are also supporting candidates through various platforms.
In Bargaon constituency, BPF candidate Rajib Brahma, a new comer from the Ex-BLT Welfare Society, today met villagers at Bhalukmari. Around a hundred supporters organized a grand welcome ceremony for Brahma at Bhalukjhora and received him with the traditiol Aroi.
Talking to reporters at Kokrajhar, Rajib Brahma said his victory is certain.
“No other candidate is a factor for the BPF,” he said, adding that the PCDR, BJP and other political parties cannot defeat him in the election as organizations of different communities have come forward to support him. He also said he will concentrate on all-round development of the constituency if he wins.
Meanwhile, Rabiram rzary, president of the BPPF and candidate from People’s Coordition for Democratic Rights (PCDR) from the same constituency said the exit of senior leaders from the ruling BPF and their subsequent joining in the BJP has put Hagrama and his party in troubled waters.
He said the PCDR will emerge victorious in Bargaon constituency by a huge margin. He also said that there was no force that could be factor for him.
rzary, while referring to a recent statement by DGP Khagen Sarma about inputs of possible poll-related group clashes in the BTAD, demanded the State and Central governments to deploy adequate security in the four districts for peaceful and fair conduct of the polls slated for the last week of April.