TANGLA: President of United People’s Party Liberal, Pramod Boro has asserted that his party if voted to power will first work with a three-point agenda of ‘good governance’; a ‘corruption-free system’ and ‘unity’.
Addressing a mass gathering at Bordoloi Bhawan in Tangla town of Udalguri district on Friday, Boro stated that the people of the region must vote for a change in the forthcoming BTC polls, so that the clauses of the Bodo pact can be implemented in letter and spirit.
“We want to build a decentralized administrative system in the council and once voted to power we will introduce methods where every citizen will be taken into confidence and will be part of the system as local review committees will be set up which will closely monitor the works carried out by their representatives in every three months,” said Boro.
Reiterating the Modi-led BJP government’s commitment of ‘Ek Bharat Shresth Bharat’ Boro said, “We want to build the trust among different communities which are deficient at present and bring in the national and regional integrity.”
Attending three mass joining ceremony of the party at Udalguri, Tangla, and Mazbat of the district on Friday, where more than 2000 persons belonging to diverse ethnic communities joined the party, Boro opined that the people of the Bodo belt are ripe for transformation, especially after the Bodo pact which promises everlasting peace, progress, development in the trouble-torn region.
Boro further stated that his party will field candidates in almost 40 constituencies keeping in par with the growing aspirations of the people from the party.
Boro believes that people of the Bodo belt are bolstering for a radical transformation to the Bodo belt by ousting the Bodoland People’s Front (BPF) government and bringing his party to power.
Interestingly among the gathering was one sexagenarian, Baharul Islam, 65 sporting grey hair and beard have vowed that until and unless Hagrama Mohilary led BPF is ousted by any new leader he will not shave.