TANGLA: “The BPF party is committed to ushering in development in Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) region, thereby bringing in a total change in the road communication and other important aspects. The third Bodo pact signed between the Centre, State and Bodo stakeholders, including all the factions of the National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB), All Bodo Students’ Union (ABSU) among others, will bring peace, prosperity and progress in the region and it will not hamper the political game plan of the forthcoming Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) polls scheduled to be held in the first week of April,” said Executive Member of BTC and chairman of Tangla Municipal Board, Bonjar Daimari at a public gathering on Sunday while laying the foundation stone of a RCC covered drain along the Tangla-Bhergaon road in Tangla town of Udalguri district to be built at an estimate cost of Rs 50 lakh under the State Owned Priority Development (SOPD) 2019-20 fund.
“The BPF party will leave no stone unturned for uplift of the people and to promote economic prosperity by way of development of roads and bridges as they are the lifeline of our economy,” Daimari observed. He further exhorted the people to become stakeholders in the speedy development and welcomed the third Bodo pact for bringing the insurgent group to the mainstream. The ceremony was attended by Tangla Municipal Board ward commissioner Sankar Sarkar and other dignitaries.