Electioneering Campaigns Gains Momentum With Dancing, Singing In BTC Districts


KOKRAJHAR, APRIL 3: The electioneering campaigns are seeing gains momentum with dancing and singing to woo the common masses for the third phase of the assembly elections in the districts of Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) scheduled to be held on 6th April.

On Saturday, BPF party carried out a padajarra in Kokrajhar town this evening in support of BPF candidate for Kokrajhar East constituency Pramila Rani Brahma where hundreds of party supporters and well wishers participated the padajarra. The padajarra was started from DNH high school ground traversed to JD Road, fly over, DC office road, Vivekananda path and concluded at BPF office.

BPF candidate and Assam Social welfare minister Pramila Rani Brahma participated the padajarra and offered her Bagurumba dancing with her party followers with the theme song of the BPF party during the padajarra.

Brahma saw her attractive Bagurumba dance that created amusement and singing with enthusiastic moment among the participating party supporters.

Brahma has said that she is now becoming very strong as her party followers and supporters are coming forward to extend support to her candidature and accordingly winning the Kokrajhar East constituency for seventh straight term in the electioneering battle.

She said that the election is like a festival and peoples are expecting massive development through the BPF party in days to come.

BPF president Hagrama Mohilary has interacted with party supporter and well wishers while campaigning for party candidate Pramila Rani Brahma at Dhawliguri in Kokrajhar district in the evening.

He said that his party candidates across the 12 constituencies of BTC districts are getting last laugh as peoples cutting across the communities are extending supports.

Meanwhile, BTR CEM and UPPL president Pramod Boro and bio MP Biswajit Daimary have addressed an election campaign at Simbargaon in support of UPPL candidate for Kokrajhar East constituency Lawrence Islary.

Boro also participated a road show in Gossaigaon town in support of UPPL candidate for Gossaigaon constituency in the evening today.

Boro said that his UPPL and alliance partners are winning majority seats across the BTR districts as peoples are voting in favour of NDA cabidates.

Boro expresses hopeful for winning the 8-10 seats in BTR districts in the assembly elections.

He said that NDA alliance is forming government in the state for second straight term.

” People of the state are wanting parivartan and massive development in the state”,Boro said.

BTR CEM Boro has hailed the duration reduces 24 hours from 48 hours of Election Commission of India (ECI) reduces the period of debarment on campaigning imposed on Assam Health minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma.

Rajya Sabha MP and BJP candidate of Paneri constituency Biswajit Daimary confident of winning the majority seats for contesting the state.

UPPL candidate and one of BTR accord signatories Lawrence Islary said that this time peoples from all walks of life are coming forward to extend support his candidature.

He said that UPPL party led coalition government in BTC was working for the welfare and development of all communities since it’s inception in the council.