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BJP a party sans ideology: APCC

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GUWAHATI, Jan 2 - Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Anjan Dutta today said that the Bharatiya Janata Party�s �Mission 84� for the ensuing Assembly polls will never turn into reality as the saffron party has emerged as a party sans any ideology.

Addressing media-persons this afternoon, the APCC chief went on to say that the BJP might not even manage to bag 20 seats in the forthcoming polls.

The BJP is a �goonda party� and has no base and the level of public acceptance has also gone down, he added.

Dutta said that the BJP must apologise for the Rajiv Bhawan incident. Launching a scathing attack on BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma, he said the latter is adding to the woes of the saffron party like he had done when he was in the Congress.

Dutta said that the State Government is contemplating to probe the irregularities that could have taken place when Sarma was the Minister of the Health and Education departments.

Replying to a question on BPF chief Hagrama Mohilary�s apparent proximity with the BJP, Dutta commented that a number of constituents of the United People�s Front (UPF) will come out of the banner and join hands with the Congress in the ensuing polls due to this very attitude of Mohilary.

Dutta also asserted that the Congress Government in its tenure has restored the State�s economy and that the common man would continue to benefit from the schemes.

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BJP a party sans ideology: APCC

GUWAHATI, Jan 2 - Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Anjan Dutta today said that the Bharatiya Janata Party�s �Mission 84� for the ensuing Assembly polls will never turn into reality as the saffron party has emerged as a party sans any ideology.

Addressing media-persons this afternoon, the APCC chief went on to say that the BJP might not even manage to bag 20 seats in the forthcoming polls.

The BJP is a �goonda party� and has no base and the level of public acceptance has also gone down, he added.

Dutta said that the BJP must apologise for the Rajiv Bhawan incident. Launching a scathing attack on BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma, he said the latter is adding to the woes of the saffron party like he had done when he was in the Congress.

Dutta said that the State Government is contemplating to probe the irregularities that could have taken place when Sarma was the Minister of the Health and Education departments.

Replying to a question on BPF chief Hagrama Mohilary�s apparent proximity with the BJP, Dutta commented that a number of constituents of the United People�s Front (UPF) will come out of the banner and join hands with the Congress in the ensuing polls due to this very attitude of Mohilary.

Dutta also asserted that the Congress Government in its tenure has restored the State�s economy and that the common man would continue to benefit from the schemes.

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