SILCHAR, Jan 13: In the last 15 years of Congress rule in the state, the people of the state have suffered both socially and fincially. The law and order machinery in Assam has broken down completely. Each and every public institution has become an epitome of corruption. Besides, the other political parties are interested only in their self-interests. Badruddin Ajmal led All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) believes only in the appeasement of Muslim community. Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) talks only about the welfare of Hindus.
All the parties have a commul mindset and are playing with the emotions of the masses. They have forgotten the fact that since time immemorial Assam has been a multi-cultural society and people from different linguistic groups and religious communities are resided together in peace, said Kamrul Islam Barbhuiya, state president, Youth Front, and Barak Valley in-charge of Jan Congress Party (JCP) while interacting with the media-persons in the workers’ meet of the party held in Madhyashaher today.
The Cachar district committee was formed during the program. The district committees of Karimganj and Hailakandi will be formed shortly. Fazlul Haq Laskar has been elected as president; Sanjay Burman and Ali Akbar Laskar have been elected as general secretaries.
Kamrul Islam Borbhuiya informed that Jan Congress Party was formed in March, 2014 for the welfare of the masses. Renowned social workers Ravi Goswami and Abhijeet Rajkumar are the tiol president and state president of the party respectively.
Barbhuiya said the party will contest in all the 126 assembly seats of the state. The candidates will be chosen only after the residents of the respective constituencies give their consent to the persons’ candidature.
He further said that the party does not have even one person as a member with prior crimil records. He added to say that Congress and other major parties believe only in politics of muscle and fincial power. How can these parties work for the welfare of the state and its people? He alleged that there is corruption even in the allocation of food security cards meant for the poor people.