UPPL Chief Pramod Boro Hails Exit Polls In Assam Assembly Elections

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KOKRAJHAR, APRIL 30: President of United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) and Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) chief executive member (CEM) Pramod Boro has hailed exit poll that showing NDA’s government formation in the state of Assam with winning of majority constituencies.

On Friday in Kokrajhar while talking with some sections of reporters, Boro said that his UPPL party is getting 7-8 seats of the 11 contesting constituencies in BTC districts.

‘ Peoples from all corners voted in favour of UPPL and BJP parties in the region to form the state government”, Boro said.

“It is a good exit poll that showing the majority seats winning in the state for straight second term government under the NDA alliance”, Boro said.

He said that the Mahajoth alliance is not able to win majority seats in the state.

“There was no good face value of Mahajoth leaders during the assembly elections”, he added.

Meanwhile, Assam Social welfare minister and BPF candidate for Kokrajhar East constituency Pramila Rani Brahma has expressed her unhappy over the exit poll shown by various media house prediction of NDA alliance is getting majority seats in the assembly elections in Assam.

She said that the exit poll is not going to be accepted fully as Mahajoth got massive supports across the state of the citizens.

She has expressed her hopeful that Mahajoth is getting last laugh across the state to form government.

She also claimed that her BPF party is getting majority seats across the four districts of the BTR areas.

“The exit poll was manipulated tactically by BJP led NDA alliance for taking opportunity to form government”, Brahma said.

She is hopeful that she is getting last laugh from the Kokrajhar East constituency for straight seven term.