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63 file papers for BTC polls

By CORRESPONDENT

UDALGURI, March 22 � A total of 27 candidates from the ruling Congress, BPPF, UDPF, AGP and independents filed their nominations before the returning officer here today for the general elections of the BTC Assembly to be held on April 9. However, Keshab Deka, candidate of Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) of Mudwibari (Open) constituency in Udalguri district was the first person to file his nominations on March 20.

The Congress candidates who filed nominations today were Bisti Kumar Basumatary from Bhairabkunda (ST), Heramba Singh Brahma from Dhansiri (ST), Jitu Kishan from Panchnoi Serfeng (non ST reserved), Maniram Daimary from Rowta (ST), Pradip Rabha from Harisinga (ST), and Dhaneswar Boro from Khalingduar (ST), the three candidates from Bodoland Peoples� Progressive Front (BPPF) are Gautam Boro from Khalingduar (ST), Liton Daimari from Harisinga (ST) and Rabindra Basumatary from Rowta (ST).

The six candidates who filed nominations from United Democratic People�s Front (UDPF) are Nandaram Boro from Khalingduar, Boloram Brahma from Dhansiri, Prodeep Kumar Daimari from Bhairabkunda, Naba Gopal Goswami from Panchnoi Serfang, Haren Baglari from Rowta and Deben Boro from Khalingduar. The AGP candidate Gopal Daimari filed his nomination from Dhansiri. On the other hand, eight independents who filed their nomination papers were Durgadhar Swargiary from Khoirabari, Ranjan Daimari from Khalingduar, Purna Kanta Daimari from Bhairabkunda, Manikanta Subba from Panchnoi Serfang, Gajen Hainary from Rowta and Anil Chandra Boro, Subhash Chandra Majumdar and Madhuram Mochahary all from Mudoibari BTC constituency.

All the ten candidates of ruling BPF party will file their nomination papers tomorrow, which is the last date. Meanwhile, Udalguri town today wore a festive look following the crowd of supporters belonging to different political parties and independents many of whom came to the district headquarter along with cultural troupes to show their popularity.

Our Kokrajhar Correspondent adds: In the meantime, BPPF supremo Rabiram Narzary too filed nomination from No. 1 Parbatjhora BTC constituency today amidst huge supporters before the returning officer at Parbatjhora in Kokrajhar.

Talking to mediapersons a confident Rabiram Narzary of Bodoland People�s Progressive Front (BPPF) said to win this time by a huge margin on the plea that �People of BTC are frustrated by �Jungle Raj� of Hagrama Mohilary and desperately seeking a change.

It may be mentioned that five nominations have already been filed for their seat at Parbatjhora.

Among a few BPPF leaders, Bishiram Narzary, ex-EM, Kabiranjan Brahma, president of Youth BPPF, Shankarlal Brahma also filed nominations.

Our Nalbari Correspondent adds: A total of 23 candidates today filed nomination papers at five constituencies under Tamulpur subdivision in Baksa district for the BTC poll.

Of them, seven filed papers for Nagrizuli constituency, four for Darangzuli, three for Gaubari and Suklai Serfang each and six for Goreswar constituency. The main contenders who filed nomination today are BTC executive member of Education Department Emanuel Mosahary, his rival Bijit Gra Narzary, Jasawant Chauhan, son of former Minister Padum Bahadur Chauhan. The BTC chief Hagrama Mahilary who was present during the filing of nomination papers by BPF candidates expressed his confidence of getting majority in the ensuing poll. The filing of nomination papers will be closed tomorrow.

Our Srirampur Correspondent adds: With only one day left to the last date of filing nominations for BTC election, altogether 12 candidates filed nominations today at the office of the assistant returning officer, Gossaigaon.

The candidates include Lukhiram Tudu (BPF), Chrisostom Tudu (Congress), Alsen Marandi (Ind), Khalilur Rahman (Ind), Alhazz Abu Sayeed Choudhury (Ind), Mainul Hoque Choudhury (Ind), Amil Hussain (Ind), Pratap Singh Basumatary (Ind), Norsen Hazoary (Ind), Bipul Narzary (Ind), Sankarlal Brahma (BPPF) and Katiram Brahma (BPPF).

While six candidates filed nomination for No. 3 Srirampur (Non S/T) BTC constituency, three candidates for Jamduar, one for Guma, one for Saraibil, one for Kachugaon and one candidate filed nominations for Dotma constituency. Thousands of workers of various political parties thronged the premises of the assistant returning officer shouting slogans in favour of their favourite candidates.

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63 file papers for BTC polls

UDALGURI, March 22 � A total of 27 candidates from the ruling Congress, BPPF, UDPF, AGP and independents filed their nominations before the returning officer here today for the general elections of the BTC Assembly to be held on April 9. However, Keshab Deka, candidate of Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) of Mudwibari (Open) constituency in Udalguri district was the first person to file his nominations on March 20.

The Congress candidates who filed nominations today were Bisti Kumar Basumatary from Bhairabkunda (ST), Heramba Singh Brahma from Dhansiri (ST), Jitu Kishan from Panchnoi Serfeng (non ST reserved), Maniram Daimary from Rowta (ST), Pradip Rabha from Harisinga (ST), and Dhaneswar Boro from Khalingduar (ST), the three candidates from Bodoland Peoples� Progressive Front (BPPF) are Gautam Boro from Khalingduar (ST), Liton Daimari from Harisinga (ST) and Rabindra Basumatary from Rowta (ST).

The six candidates who filed nominations from United Democratic People�s Front (UDPF) are Nandaram Boro from Khalingduar, Boloram Brahma from Dhansiri, Prodeep Kumar Daimari from Bhairabkunda, Naba Gopal Goswami from Panchnoi Serfang, Haren Baglari from Rowta and Deben Boro from Khalingduar. The AGP candidate Gopal Daimari filed his nomination from Dhansiri. On the other hand, eight independents who filed their nomination papers were Durgadhar Swargiary from Khoirabari, Ranjan Daimari from Khalingduar, Purna Kanta Daimari from Bhairabkunda, Manikanta Subba from Panchnoi Serfang, Gajen Hainary from Rowta and Anil Chandra Boro, Subhash Chandra Majumdar and Madhuram Mochahary all from Mudoibari BTC constituency.

All the ten candidates of ruling BPF party will file their nomination papers tomorrow, which is the last date. Meanwhile, Udalguri town today wore a festive look following the crowd of supporters belonging to different political parties and independents many of whom came to the district headquarter along with cultural troupes to show their popularity.

Our Kokrajhar Correspondent adds: In the meantime, BPPF supremo Rabiram Narzary too filed nomination from No. 1 Parbatjhora BTC constituency today amidst huge supporters before the returning officer at Parbatjhora in Kokrajhar.

Talking to mediapersons a confident Rabiram Narzary of Bodoland People�s Progressive Front (BPPF) said to win this time by a huge margin on the plea that �People of BTC are frustrated by �Jungle Raj� of Hagrama Mohilary and desperately seeking a change.

It may be mentioned that five nominations have already been filed for their seat at Parbatjhora.

Among a few BPPF leaders, Bishiram Narzary, ex-EM, Kabiranjan Brahma, president of Youth BPPF, Shankarlal Brahma also filed nominations.

Our Nalbari Correspondent adds: A total of 23 candidates today filed nomination papers at five constituencies under Tamulpur subdivision in Baksa district for the BTC poll.

Of them, seven filed papers for Nagrizuli constituency, four for Darangzuli, three for Gaubari and Suklai Serfang each and six for Goreswar constituency. The main contenders who filed nomination today are BTC executive member of Education Department Emanuel Mosahary, his rival Bijit Gra Narzary, Jasawant Chauhan, son of former Minister Padum Bahadur Chauhan. The BTC chief Hagrama Mahilary who was present during the filing of nomination papers by BPF candidates expressed his confidence of getting majority in the ensuing poll. The filing of nomination papers will be closed tomorrow.

Our Srirampur Correspondent adds: With only one day left to the last date of filing nominations for BTC election, altogether 12 candidates filed nominations today at the office of the assistant returning officer, Gossaigaon.

The candidates include Lukhiram Tudu (BPF), Chrisostom Tudu (Congress), Alsen Marandi (Ind), Khalilur Rahman (Ind), Alhazz Abu Sayeed Choudhury (Ind), Mainul Hoque Choudhury (Ind), Amil Hussain (Ind), Pratap Singh Basumatary (Ind), Norsen Hazoary (Ind), Bipul Narzary (Ind), Sankarlal Brahma (BPPF) and Katiram Brahma (BPPF).

While six candidates filed nomination for No. 3 Srirampur (Non S/T) BTC constituency, three candidates for Jamduar, one for Guma, one for Saraibil, one for Kachugaon and one candidate filed nominations for Dotma constituency. Thousands of workers of various political parties thronged the premises of the assistant returning officer shouting slogans in favour of their favourite candidates.

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