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800 voters in Sonai call for vote boycott

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SILCHAR, March 29 - Around 800 voters from Doodhpatil village under Kachudaram part II of Sonai constituency of Cachar district have decided not to cast their votes on April 18.

�In the past seven decades since independence, Governments have come and gone but no one has addressed our perennial issues of lack of drinking water facilities, roads. Things have gone from bad to worse and we have our backs to the wall," said Ajmal Hussain Laskar, Dilip Kumar Das, Sushanta Das and others who are voters of the 886 Doodhpatil LP School (204 no. polling station). The annoyed voters of the locality raised slogans and took out a rally to give vent to their discontent.

Meanwhile, Sonai MLA Aminul Haque Laskar told The Assam Tribune on Friday that there has been unprecedented development in the constituency and he sees no reason why the people should take such a disappointing stance regarding their democratic rights. �Sonai constituency has seen massive facelift in all sectors in the past three years with roads being concretised, houses electrified etc., and I see no reason why they should not come out and vote on April 18,� the legislator said.

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800 voters in Sonai call for vote boycott

SILCHAR, March 29 - Around 800 voters from Doodhpatil village under Kachudaram part II of Sonai constituency of Cachar district have decided not to cast their votes on April 18.

�In the past seven decades since independence, Governments have come and gone but no one has addressed our perennial issues of lack of drinking water facilities, roads. Things have gone from bad to worse and we have our backs to the wall," said Ajmal Hussain Laskar, Dilip Kumar Das, Sushanta Das and others who are voters of the 886 Doodhpatil LP School (204 no. polling station). The annoyed voters of the locality raised slogans and took out a rally to give vent to their discontent.

Meanwhile, Sonai MLA Aminul Haque Laskar told The Assam Tribune on Friday that there has been unprecedented development in the constituency and he sees no reason why the people should take such a disappointing stance regarding their democratic rights. �Sonai constituency has seen massive facelift in all sectors in the past three years with roads being concretised, houses electrified etc., and I see no reason why they should not come out and vote on April 18,� the legislator said.