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MUHSALPUR, April 7 - BPF president Hagrama Mohilary has ruled out the allegation levelled by some organisations and parties that BTC fund has been used by him for hiring helicopters for election campaigns. Mohilary was addressing an election meeting at Baganpara in Baksa district in support of Maneswar Brahma, the BPF candidate for Barama (ST) LAC, on April 4.

In a lighter vein, the BPF president said that the hiring charge of helicopter is still due. He said that at least 40 seats have been confirmed for the BJP-AGP-BPF coalition in the first phase of the polls and the second phase will ensure an equal number.

He said that after formation of the Government in the State, the BPF will get at least four Cabinet berths in the BJP-led State Government, including the PWD, which will lead to further speedy development of road communication in the BTAD.

Speaking on the occasion, RP Sarma, MP of Tezpur Lok Sabha constituency, said that the BJP-led Government in Assam would be formed with native ethnic communities of the State. He added that Kamakhya Prasad Tasa would definitely defeat Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daumary claimed that 26 lakh unemployed people of the State would get employment after the formation of the new coalition Government. Maneswar Brahma, Ansumwi Khungur Boro, Phalindra Basumatary and other BPF leaders attended the meeting.

RP Sarma also addressed a poll meeting at Dhanshripur village in support of Thaneswar Basumatary, BPF candidate for Chapaguri LAC.

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Hagrama denies use of BTC fund in campaign

MUHSALPUR, April 7 - BPF president Hagrama Mohilary has ruled out the allegation levelled by some organisations and parties that BTC fund has been used by him for hiring helicopters for election campaigns. Mohilary was addressing an election meeting at Baganpara in Baksa district in support of Maneswar Brahma, the BPF candidate for Barama (ST) LAC, on April 4.

In a lighter vein, the BPF president said that the hiring charge of helicopter is still due. He said that at least 40 seats have been confirmed for the BJP-AGP-BPF coalition in the first phase of the polls and the second phase will ensure an equal number.

He said that after formation of the Government in the State, the BPF will get at least four Cabinet berths in the BJP-led State Government, including the PWD, which will lead to further speedy development of road communication in the BTAD.

Speaking on the occasion, RP Sarma, MP of Tezpur Lok Sabha constituency, said that the BJP-led Government in Assam would be formed with native ethnic communities of the State. He added that Kamakhya Prasad Tasa would definitely defeat Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi.

Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daumary claimed that 26 lakh unemployed people of the State would get employment after the formation of the new coalition Government. Maneswar Brahma, Ansumwi Khungur Boro, Phalindra Basumatary and other BPF leaders attended the meeting.

RP Sarma also addressed a poll meeting at Dhanshripur village in support of Thaneswar Basumatary, BPF candidate for Chapaguri LAC.

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