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Cong wins 15 of 30 Tiwa Council seats

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MORIGAON, Aug 22 - The Tiwa Autonomous Council (TAC) poll results which were declared today, saw the Congress winning 15 out of the 30 seats.

The Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha bagged ten seats, followed by the BJP with three seats and the AGP with two seats.

In the Nagaon district segment, the Congress won eight seats out of 11, while the Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha got two and the BJP one. In the Morigaon district segment, the Congress captured seven seats out of 19. The Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha got the highest number of eight seats, while the BJP and the AGP got two each.

Our Staff Reporter adds in Guwahati: APCC president Anjan Dutta has welcomed the verdict of the people in the TAC polls.

In a statement, Dutta said the results of the elections have clearly shown that the people of the TAC areas have rejected the BJP for its deceitful activities like effecting a cut of over 37 per cent in the allocations for welfare of the tribal people.

Dutta expressed the hope that the people of the State would be able to take the right decision in the ensuing Assembly elections by correctly and impartially analysing the ground realities.

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Cong wins 15 of 30 Tiwa Council seats

MORIGAON, Aug 22 - The Tiwa Autonomous Council (TAC) poll results which were declared today, saw the Congress winning 15 out of the 30 seats.

The Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha bagged ten seats, followed by the BJP with three seats and the AGP with two seats.

In the Nagaon district segment, the Congress won eight seats out of 11, while the Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha got two and the BJP one. In the Morigaon district segment, the Congress captured seven seats out of 19. The Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha got the highest number of eight seats, while the BJP and the AGP got two each.

Our Staff Reporter adds in Guwahati: APCC president Anjan Dutta has welcomed the verdict of the people in the TAC polls.

In a statement, Dutta said the results of the elections have clearly shown that the people of the TAC areas have rejected the BJP for its deceitful activities like effecting a cut of over 37 per cent in the allocations for welfare of the tribal people.

Dutta expressed the hope that the people of the State would be able to take the right decision in the ensuing Assembly elections by correctly and impartially analysing the ground realities.