KOKRAJHAR, JAN 29: Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) chief executive member (CEM) and UPPL president Pramod Boro has expressed his well gestures over the alliance partner BJP party that the saffron party wants to leave a Rajya Sabha seat to the UPPL party in the ensuing Rajya Sabha elections in the state.
On Saturday, Boro while speaking the reporters in Kokrajhar, said that the UPPL party is fully happy if BJP party gives a seat of the two Rajya Sabha seat for the UPPL party in the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections.
Notably, the ruling UPPL party have seven MLAs in the Assam assembly and NDA alliance partner member in the state government.
Two Rajya Sabha seats have been getting vacancies within few months in the state and accordingly Rajya Sabha elections is going to be taken place.
The NDA alliance party’s candidates are getting last laugh in both the Rajya Sabha seats with absolute supports from NDA alliance partners.
Boro informed that his party is talking with BJP president of the state Bhabesh Kalita and chief minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma over the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections and his party is fully prepared to contest the elections if ruling alliance partner BJP gives opportunity to the elections.
Boro on the BPF’s speculation over Rajya Sabha elections, “There is no impact of the BPF party’s enfluence as Hagrama Mohilary may get Rajya Sabha ticket”.
He said that it is only a speculation over the political environment, but nothing for the present situation. He said that BJP-BPF alliance is only inside the assembly, not in the political aspects.
He informed that BTR government and state government jointly stepping towards the welfare and development of the ex-NDFB member and leaders as so far rehabilitation packages given away among the ex NDFB members.
Meanwhile, a review meeting of BTR CEM, BTR Pramod Boro with health & family welfare department officials was held at Bodoland Guest House in Kokrajhar on Saturday in the presence of Anurag Girl, Principal Secretary of Health & Family Welfare department to the government of Assam and Siddartha Singh, mission director of national health mission (NHM).
The meeting was discussed regarding transfer and posting of doctors, staff, health treatment condition, infrastructure of hospital, mortality rate of child, pregnant mothers, doctors positions in all hospitals of BTR, sex ratio, construction of medical college, hospitals in Bodoland Territorial Region etc.
BTR CEM Boro has urged the higher authorities of the health & family welfare department to render services of humanity wellbeing to reach out to the needy peoples across the region.
He said that the citizens of the districts must get healthy health welfare and development through the good governance with quality facilities which are being initiated by the concerned departmental officers as well employees.
BTR executive member for Health and Family Welfare department Arup Kumar Dey, BTC Principal Secretary Shantanu P Gotmare, joint director of the five districts of the BTR, Deputy Commissioners from districts were present in the meeting.