NILAMBAZAR, Dec 24 - The two-day State BJP executive, which was attended by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, State BJP chief Ranjeet Kumar Dass and BJP ministers, concluded in Karimganj today with the party adopting several key resolutions.
The BJP slammed the Congress and some organisations for spreading misinformation among the people on the Farmers Acts and the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
The meet resolved to undertake a strong campaign to counter the false propaganda sustained by the Congress and various organizations against the Acts.
Stating that the party was committed to making the State free from illegal migrants, the party sought a correct, updated NRC containing names of all genuine Indian citizens.
Regarding the ensuing Assembly polls, the meeting resolved that the booth and mandal committees of the party would undertake door-to-door campaigns to reach out to voters throughout the State.
The concluding function was also addressed by PWD minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma.
Union minister Rameswar Teli, BJP national general secretary Ajoy Jamual, BJP leader Baijayanta Jay Panda and MP Topon Gogoi attended the meet, in which over 2,000 delegates were present.
Ranjeet Kumar Das further said that there is no effective opposition in the State at the moment and the BJP would return to power with 104 seats in the upcoming elections. He also remarked that candidates from 12 of the 15 seats in the Barak Valley would win.
�The state BJP executive meeting is being held in the Barak Valley after 40 years. Our party has targeted 100-plus seats in the Assembly election. This meeting has finalised the roadmap for it,� MLA Bijoy Malakar said. Former Union minister Kabindra Purkayastha was felicitated in the meeting.