KOKRAJHAR, JUL 29: Assam Minister for PHE and Panchayat & Rural development department and former Assam BJP president Ranjit Kumar Dass informed that there will be bye polls in six constituencies across the state including two LACs in Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) districts.
Dass said this remarks in Kokrajhar today while coming to visit here for two day programme scheduled to take stock about the departmental development activities carried out by line departments of Public Health Engineering and Panchayat & Rural development.
He said that BJP and it’s alliance parties are fully ready to participate the bye polls in the state.
However, minister Dass didn’t didn’t disclosed any names of the constituencies and hopeful that the NDA alliance partner candidates will be last laugh.
“There would be bye elections in six constituencies across the state as more MLAs are going to resign from their MLAs ahead the bye elections”, Dass said.
“I earlier mentioned that there would be bye polls in five LACs, but now going to be bye polls in six constituencies across the state”, Dass added.
Dass also held meetings with UPPL party leaders at UPPL party office and BJP party office in Kokrajhar respectively where both parties have discussed over the unity and integrity building up among the party leader and members.
Both parties have jointly resolved to work united and jointly in days to come and stepped up to contest the ensuing Assam bye polls.
Dass said that the NDA alliance parties are unitedly fielding their candidates in the ensuing bye polls in the state.
He informed that the alliance parties are fully ready to contest the assembly bye bye elections.
UPPL working president Rwngwra Narzary told that both UPPL and BJP parties are jointly organised party meetings at their respective offices in Kokrajhar district where parties had discussed thoroughly on the ensuing bye polls in the state. He said that his UPPL party and alliance partner BJP party have made necessary strategy for contesting the ensuing bye polls.
He informed that both parties have agreed to work unitedly for the caused of party’s welfare and development among the society.
Meanwhile, Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) chief executive member Pramod Boro has expressed his serious concern over the inter state conflict at Lailapur along the Assam-Mizoram border incident and demanded early solutions of the internal conflict through the deep discussion.
In an interview with reporters today in Kokrajhar, Boro who is also UPPL president said the inter state land dispute issue was unfortunate and unwanted.
He has condemned the Lailapur incident which had claimed six Assam police jawans in the clashing between Assam and Mizoram.
He said that the border dispute is not a new issue in today, the border land dispute has been happening along the states like Nagaland, Meghalaya since long years.
He has opined of that the border land dispute must be solved through the building up of good relations with states across the region.
He said that the citizens wants peace and harmony among the state and so both the state must take strong step to solve the land dispute issues with proper mechanism strategies.
He said that the Assam and Mizoram states are within the Indian territory, so both states must come forward towards bringing healthy solutions of the land disputes.
He has urged the centre to solve the inter state land dispute with a strategy to build a integrated society. He said that the conflict with bullets couldn’t solve the border land disputes, good relation establishment and healthy discussion can bring healthy solutions of the arrising situations.