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BJP to spell out stand on Citizenship Bill after release of final NRC draft

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JORHAT, June 27 - The State unit of BJP has reiterated that the party will spell out its stand on the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 that will grant citizenship to illegal Bangladesh migrants, after publication of NRC final draft.

This was stated by BJP State unit secretary Diplu Ranjan Sarma while replying to a query during an interaction with mediapersons here on Tuesday.

Sarma said that the State unit of the party would definitely make its stand clear on the issue.

�Our party leadership will speak on the issue of the Bill after the NRC final draft publication... Surely, the State�s interest will be given top priority,� Sarma said.

He said that Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal too recently had stated repeatedly that he would make his government�s stand on the Bill after the publication of the final NRC draft.

Sarma said that Sonowal had assured before the mediapersons and also before eminent citizens that State government would not take any decision which would go against the interest of the people of Assam.

Speaking about completion of four years of Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre and two years by Sarbananda Sonowal-led government in the State, he said that promises have been kept and an era of development across the nation was currently underway.

The BJP leader said that Central and the State governments had adopted a �zero tolerance� policy against corruption to curb the menace that affects the society badly and deprives the poor and backward sections from government benefits.

Sarma said that the policy of �Saab ka saath, Saab ka vikash� was followed in letter and spirit by the Central and the State governments.

Taking a dig at the earlier Congress and Congress-led governments at the Centre and in Assam, he said that those (Congress) were �governments of scams�, while BJP governments are �government of schemes�.

Sarma said that about 45,000 jobs have been filled up in past two years by the Sonowal-led government completely on merit basis in a transparent manner.

BJP Jorhat district unit president Santanu Pujari said that as part of the development programme undertaken by the State government, Rs 200 crore has been sanctioned to Jorhat under the City Infra Development Fund (CIDF). He said that all roads in the district would be repaired and made concrete.

Pujari said that the government has sanctioned construction of two road over-bridges in Jorhat which are among nine such bridges to be constructed across the State.

Deba Pradip Bora, another State BJP secretary, was also present during the media interaction.

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BJP to spell out stand on Citizenship Bill after release of final NRC draft

JORHAT, June 27 - The State unit of BJP has reiterated that the party will spell out its stand on the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 that will grant citizenship to illegal Bangladesh migrants, after publication of NRC final draft.

This was stated by BJP State unit secretary Diplu Ranjan Sarma while replying to a query during an interaction with mediapersons here on Tuesday.

Sarma said that the State unit of the party would definitely make its stand clear on the issue.

�Our party leadership will speak on the issue of the Bill after the NRC final draft publication... Surely, the State�s interest will be given top priority,� Sarma said.

He said that Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal too recently had stated repeatedly that he would make his government�s stand on the Bill after the publication of the final NRC draft.

Sarma said that Sonowal had assured before the mediapersons and also before eminent citizens that State government would not take any decision which would go against the interest of the people of Assam.

Speaking about completion of four years of Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre and two years by Sarbananda Sonowal-led government in the State, he said that promises have been kept and an era of development across the nation was currently underway.

The BJP leader said that Central and the State governments had adopted a �zero tolerance� policy against corruption to curb the menace that affects the society badly and deprives the poor and backward sections from government benefits.

Sarma said that the policy of �Saab ka saath, Saab ka vikash� was followed in letter and spirit by the Central and the State governments.

Taking a dig at the earlier Congress and Congress-led governments at the Centre and in Assam, he said that those (Congress) were �governments of scams�, while BJP governments are �government of schemes�.

Sarma said that about 45,000 jobs have been filled up in past two years by the Sonowal-led government completely on merit basis in a transparent manner.

BJP Jorhat district unit president Santanu Pujari said that as part of the development programme undertaken by the State government, Rs 200 crore has been sanctioned to Jorhat under the City Infra Development Fund (CIDF). He said that all roads in the district would be repaired and made concrete.

Pujari said that the government has sanctioned construction of two road over-bridges in Jorhat which are among nine such bridges to be constructed across the State.

Deba Pradip Bora, another State BJP secretary, was also present during the media interaction.

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