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Gogoi�s 500 cr package a white lie: Hagrama

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UDALGURI, April 5 � � Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi�s special package of Rs 500 crore is nothing but a white lie, for the ruling Congress Government of the State had intentionally kept about Rs150-120 crore and enjoying its interest.� This was alleged by BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary today while addressing an election campaign in support of his BPF candidate for the Bhairabkunda BTCLAC here at Khowrang, 4 km north of Udalguri town.

Making scathing attacks on all the rival political parties and independents candidates, Mohilary said that neither the Congress nor the BJP or any other party would get majority in the forthcoming BTC elections. He appealed to the voters to vote for BPF for speedy development of Bhairabkunda constituency where public could not taste the development for over ten years.

In his 20 minute address, Mohilary also hinted at thirty per cent women reservation for good governance and representation of women in true sense. He also said that the new council government would give priority to the equal representation of all linguistic ethnic groups.

The rally was also addressed by Rihon Daimari, MLA of Udalguri LAC and Ripen Daimari, the BPF candidate for the Bhairabkunda BTCLAC.

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Gogoi�s 500 cr package a white lie: Hagrama

UDALGURI, April 5 � � Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi�s special package of Rs 500 crore is nothing but a white lie, for the ruling Congress Government of the State had intentionally kept about Rs150-120 crore and enjoying its interest.� This was alleged by BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary today while addressing an election campaign in support of his BPF candidate for the Bhairabkunda BTCLAC here at Khowrang, 4 km north of Udalguri town.

Making scathing attacks on all the rival political parties and independents candidates, Mohilary said that neither the Congress nor the BJP or any other party would get majority in the forthcoming BTC elections. He appealed to the voters to vote for BPF for speedy development of Bhairabkunda constituency where public could not taste the development for over ten years.

In his 20 minute address, Mohilary also hinted at thirty per cent women reservation for good governance and representation of women in true sense. He also said that the new council government would give priority to the equal representation of all linguistic ethnic groups.

The rally was also addressed by Rihon Daimari, MLA of Udalguri LAC and Ripen Daimari, the BPF candidate for the Bhairabkunda BTCLAC.