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BJP is a party of false promises: BPF leader Ganesh Kasari

“The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is a party of false promises. It has shown many false hopes and false dreams to the public,” said senior BPF leader Ganesh Kasari.

Ganesh Kasari

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  24 March 2021 4:44 AM GMT

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BAKSA: "The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is a party of false promises. It has shown many false hopes and false dreams to the public," said senior Bodoland People's Front (BPF) leader and former BTC Executive Member Ganesh Kasari. Ganesh Kasari on Tuesday took part in an election campaign meeting in support of BPF candidate from No 58 Tamulpur Constituency, Rangja Khungur Basumatary.

At the election campaign meeting held in the office of Suklai Serfang Block BPF chaired by BPF leader Mirali Hussain, Ganesh Kasari said that all the promises made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he came to Assam in 2014 had remained unfulfilled. The BJP has not been able to chase illegal Bangladeshis from Assam till date, he said. "The BJP government has duped the people of Assam by making fake promises like construction of twin towers in Assam, construction of smart city and construction of express highway on both sides of the Brahmaputra," he said. He also came down heavily on the BJP-led government for the price hike of essential commodities and fuel.

He said that the BJP was only doing politics in the name of religion. He said that the Grand Alliance of the Congress, BPF and All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) would form the government in Assam this time. Kachari criticized the UPPL-BJP-GSP coalition government in BTC which came to power with the promise of good governance, saying that the people of Tamulpur, along with the people of BTR, were ready to give a befitting reply to the UPPL-BJP-GSP coalition government in the upcoming assembly elections. He also claimed that 12 seats in BTC would be won by the candidates of the Grand Alliance.

Addressing the meeting, Congress leader Mitralal Sharma criticized the BJP government for price hike and urged the people to vote for Tamulpur assembly constituency candidate Rangja Khungur Basumtary.

Rangja Khungur Basumtary addressed the gathering and criticized former Tamulpur MLA Emmanuel Mosahary who left the BPF and joined the BJP. Meanwhile, a total of 30 people, including 8 BJP members, 20 from UPPL and two from Gana Suraksha Party (GSP) formally joined the BPF party in the meeting. It was in this meeting that Suklai Serfang block BPF election management committee was formed with Ramani Kumar as president, Dhrupati Poudel as working president and Pratap Chandra Deka as chief convener.

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