NAGAON, Sept 29 � The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) set the ball rolling for the ensuing Assembly elections in the State with top leaders of the saffron party today assuring to put an end to all the core issues including the problem of Bangladeshi infiltration and corruption once they emerge to power at Dispur.
While National BJP president Nitin Gadkari assured to make the State totally free from Bangladeshi infiltrators in quick time, party�s firebrand leader and election in-charge of the State Varun Gandhi went a step ahead guarantying Rs 10 lakh loan to every unemployed youth of the State and that too at zero per cent interest.
Both Gadkari and Varun were addressing a public rally attended by several thousands of people at Nehru Bali field here.
Moreover, Varun also assured that every girl of underprivileged family will be given Rs 25,000 on her marriage.
National BJP president Nitin Gadkari, while holding the Congress Government responsible for the existing problems plaguing the country in general and Assam in particular, said: �It is due to Congress Government�s wrong policy that India has emerged as a rich nation with poor population.�
�As per the various committees of the Planning Commission, about 82 crore people of the country are earning less than Rs 20 per day, which shows the state of the country,� Gadkari alleged.
�Be it the issue of illegal infiltration, flood, corruption, unemployment, ensuring right over the land or the rotten state of FCI godowns, Congress Government has failed miserably on all fronts,�Gadkari alleged.
He, while foreseeing BJP�s win in 2014 Lok Sabha elections, said that the party after emerging to power at the Centre would ensure that each of the corrupt Congress leaders finds their place behind the bars.
The national BJP president also hit out at the Asom Gana Parishad alleging that the regional party always maintained ambiguous stand on the issue of illegal Bangladeshis entering the State. Vijay Goel, national general secretary, while alleging that the 40 lakh Bangladeshi infiltrators presently occupying the State�s soil are being used by the Congress Government as vote banks said that they are taking away the rights of the indigenous people.