GUWAHATI, Oct 22 � Expressing concern over the current state of affairs in Assam, the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) today resolved to expand its base in the State and carry forward the momentum it achieved from the success in the recent Lok Sabha polls.
A meeting of the general body of the party was held in the city today. The meeting, chaired by party supremo and Lok Sabha member Badruddin Ajmal, was attended by over 600 delegates from across the State.
A senior party leader said that various issues related to the State were discussed including the NRC update, flood and erosion, law and order and price rise.
�The three Lok Sabha seats which we won have come as a big boost to the party and we are determined to sustain the momentum and emerge as a much bigger force during the 2016 Assembly polls,� he said.
Meanwhile, a number of mid-level leaders from the Congress, AGP and BPF today joined the AIUDF. The leaders are from various districts including Nagaon, Kamrup Metro, Barpeta and Udalguri.