Assam Congress 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' reaches Dibrugarh
The Assam Congress’ Bharat ‘Jodo Yatra’ reached Dibrugarh on Monday.
DIBRUGARH: The Assam Congress' Bharat 'Jodo Yatra' reached Dibrugarh on Monday. More than 500 people joined in the yatra with Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Bhupen Kumar Borah. Lok Sabha MP Gaurav Gogoi, Nagaon MP Pradyut Bordoloi, opposition leader Debabrat Saikia and other top Congress leader participated in the padyatra. In Dibrugarh, the Bharat Jodo Yatra began at Mancotta Field and ended at Railway Field.The rally passed from the streets of Dibrugarh town.. The rally passed from the streets of Dibrugarh town.
Talking to mediapersons, Bhupen Kumar Borah said, "We are getting good support in Bharat 'Jodo Yatra' all over Assam. Today, the Yatra reached historic Dibrugarh where we have received good support from the people. Our main aim is to reunit the people of Assam with our party's ideology. Under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, the Bharat 'Jodo Yatra' got good response from the people."
Criticizing BJP, Borah said, "The BJP have failed in their 'Vission Document'. They have promised to hike wages of tea garden workers and promised to provide ST status to the six ethnic groups of Assam and to solve the flood problem etc. But till date they have failed in their promises made in the 'Vission Document'. The BJP is a party of fake promises."