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AGP to finalise poll strategy

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Sept 1 � The central executive committee of the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) today asked party�s president Chandra Mohan Patowary and its senior leaders Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, Atul Bora (senior) and Brindaban Goswami to prepare an approach paper on the party�s electoral strategies during the ensuing Assembly elections of the State.

It has also decided to take out a campaign all over the State to revive the party�s link with the people at the grass root level from September 6 to 17.

According to party sources, the party central executive committee, which met at Kaliabor College of Education today, also asked these leaders to present this approach paper at the September 19 meeting of the party central executive committee being held at Guwahati.

The central executive committee of the party also discussed the issues concerning the implementation of the Assam Accord, the updating of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), the inter-state border disputes of the State with its neighbours, the mega dams and the ethnic and tribal problems of the State. It also discussed the issue of abnormal rise in the prices of essential commodities and decided to hold elaborate discussion of the issue at the September 19 meeting.

The meeting decided to form monitoring committees in the areas along the Assam-Arunachal and Assam-Nagaland borders involving the local people living on the Assam side of the border. It also decided to unite with all those parties which have been opposing the electronic voting machines (EVMs).

The meeting further decided to undertake a Jana Sanyog Yatra (campaign to communicate with the people at the grassroot level) between Sadiya and Dhubri from September 6 to 17. The senior leaders of the party have been asked to take part in the campaign and speak on the issues concerning the NRC updating process, NC Hills scam and the anti-people activities of the present Government in the State.

The meeting was addressed by almost all the 112 central executive committee members, who were present on the occasion. However, former president of the party Brindaban Goswami was absent in the meeting, said the sources.

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AGP to finalise poll strategy

GUWAHATI, Sept 1 � The central executive committee of the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) today asked party�s president Chandra Mohan Patowary and its senior leaders Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, Atul Bora (senior) and Brindaban Goswami to prepare an approach paper on the party�s electoral strategies during the ensuing Assembly elections of the State.

It has also decided to take out a campaign all over the State to revive the party�s link with the people at the grass root level from September 6 to 17.

According to party sources, the party central executive committee, which met at Kaliabor College of Education today, also asked these leaders to present this approach paper at the September 19 meeting of the party central executive committee being held at Guwahati.

The central executive committee of the party also discussed the issues concerning the implementation of the Assam Accord, the updating of the National Register of Citizens (NRC), the inter-state border disputes of the State with its neighbours, the mega dams and the ethnic and tribal problems of the State. It also discussed the issue of abnormal rise in the prices of essential commodities and decided to hold elaborate discussion of the issue at the September 19 meeting.

The meeting decided to form monitoring committees in the areas along the Assam-Arunachal and Assam-Nagaland borders involving the local people living on the Assam side of the border. It also decided to unite with all those parties which have been opposing the electronic voting machines (EVMs).

The meeting further decided to undertake a Jana Sanyog Yatra (campaign to communicate with the people at the grassroot level) between Sadiya and Dhubri from September 6 to 17. The senior leaders of the party have been asked to take part in the campaign and speak on the issues concerning the NRC updating process, NC Hills scam and the anti-people activities of the present Government in the State.

The meeting was addressed by almost all the 112 central executive committee members, who were present on the occasion. However, former president of the party Brindaban Goswami was absent in the meeting, said the sources.