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Hagrama rules out seat sharing with Cong

By Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, March 18 � Hagrama Mohilary, chief of BTC and BPF supremo has today clarified that � there will be no seat sharing with Congress party in ensuing BTC election� and also took the stand �to float all BPF candidates in 40 seats for BTC Assembly election�.

Talking to media persons here at party office, Mohilary revealed that the decision has been taken in view of strong resentment among the BPF party workers and supporters against Congress party candidates in BTC election. He has also condemned certain sporadic incidents of agitation among BPF workers as unfortunate. However he called for strong unity and high morals of BPF workers.

At the same time he mentioned that there was some talks going on as Congress party demanded eight seats in BTC election but that could not be decided and delayed for some time. He has also categorically made it clear that BPF party will contest election in all seats alone and there remains no space for further consideration.

On the other hand, he also maintained that the Congress � BPF alliance in the State Government. will remain

undisturbed and the Congress party if willing may file their own candidates in the fray.

Meanwhile, the BPF has today declared the names of 11 candidates in the 3rd phase. Altogether 40 candidates have been declared with two women candidates Malati Narzary from No.1 Parbatjhora (ST) and Bina Daimary from No. 38 Bhairabkhunda (ST) as a fresh candidates. The women candidates revealed extreme satisfaction over allocating two seats for women in the election by the BPF party.

Attending the press meet both the Bodo MP Biswajit Daimary and SK Bwiswimuthiari have also condemned some incidents of violence among BPF party workers terming it unfortunate and appealed the BPF workers and supporters at large to remain united and work together.

It may be mentioned here that BPF workers observed bandh today in some areas like Fakiragram, Srirampur, Bijni and other places in BTAD against seat sharing with Congress in BTC election and mounted pressure to file BPF candidates. The workers also ransacked BPF office, blocked roads and held demonstration in this regard.

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Hagrama rules out seat sharing with Cong

KOKRAJHAR, March 18 � Hagrama Mohilary, chief of BTC and BPF supremo has today clarified that � there will be no seat sharing with Congress party in ensuing BTC election� and also took the stand �to float all BPF candidates in 40 seats for BTC Assembly election�.

Talking to media persons here at party office, Mohilary revealed that the decision has been taken in view of strong resentment among the BPF party workers and supporters against Congress party candidates in BTC election. He has also condemned certain sporadic incidents of agitation among BPF workers as unfortunate. However he called for strong unity and high morals of BPF workers.

At the same time he mentioned that there was some talks going on as Congress party demanded eight seats in BTC election but that could not be decided and delayed for some time. He has also categorically made it clear that BPF party will contest election in all seats alone and there remains no space for further consideration.

On the other hand, he also maintained that the Congress � BPF alliance in the State Government. will remain

undisturbed and the Congress party if willing may file their own candidates in the fray.

Meanwhile, the BPF has today declared the names of 11 candidates in the 3rd phase. Altogether 40 candidates have been declared with two women candidates Malati Narzary from No.1 Parbatjhora (ST) and Bina Daimary from No. 38 Bhairabkhunda (ST) as a fresh candidates. The women candidates revealed extreme satisfaction over allocating two seats for women in the election by the BPF party.

Attending the press meet both the Bodo MP Biswajit Daimary and SK Bwiswimuthiari have also condemned some incidents of violence among BPF party workers terming it unfortunate and appealed the BPF workers and supporters at large to remain united and work together.

It may be mentioned here that BPF workers observed bandh today in some areas like Fakiragram, Srirampur, Bijni and other places in BTAD against seat sharing with Congress in BTC election and mounted pressure to file BPF candidates. The workers also ransacked BPF office, blocked roads and held demonstration in this regard.