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BARAMA, Dec 15 - Bodoland Territorial Council chief-cum- Bodoland People�s Front president Hagrama Mohilary has said that unlike the Congress party, the BPF never stoops to conquer with cheap politics, like distributing yarn, blankets and liquor prior to the hustings.

Addressing a massive gathering at Borkhata in Baksa district recently, Mohilary said that the BTC administration will always work for holistic development of the general people.

�We have introduced welfare schemes which have helped in overall development of the BTC region. It has also enabled the masses to be self�reliant. There is nothing new in the yarn and blanket politics of the Congress,� Mohilary reiterated.

The BTC chief said that the BPF will contest in 15 seats of BTAD in the forthcoming Assembly polls. He claimed with confidence that the BPF will bag 14 seats in the ensuing polls.

�There is no question of any pre-poll alliance with any party. But we will play a key role in the formation of the State Government,�� he speculated.

It may be mentioned that the Mohilary-led BPF is a part of the United People�s Front (UPF ), which a conglomeration of indigenous people of all autonomous councils of the State, and is all set to play a key role in the forthcoming Assembly election to be held next year.

For the record, the UPF was formed in the second week of September with BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary as its president, former chief of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council as its working president , HSDC leader Holiram Terang as vice president and Mising Autonomous Council chief Ronoj Pegu as its general secretary.

Earlier, expressing confidence in the people�s mandate in favour of the party, Mohilary said that the Congress, AGP, BJP, PCDR and AIUDF have no hold in the BTAD and there is every chance of the BPF winning maximum seats in BTAD.

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Hagrama sounds poll bugle

BARAMA, Dec 15 - Bodoland Territorial Council chief-cum- Bodoland People�s Front president Hagrama Mohilary has said that unlike the Congress party, the BPF never stoops to conquer with cheap politics, like distributing yarn, blankets and liquor prior to the hustings.

Addressing a massive gathering at Borkhata in Baksa district recently, Mohilary said that the BTC administration will always work for holistic development of the general people.

�We have introduced welfare schemes which have helped in overall development of the BTC region. It has also enabled the masses to be self�reliant. There is nothing new in the yarn and blanket politics of the Congress,� Mohilary reiterated.

The BTC chief said that the BPF will contest in 15 seats of BTAD in the forthcoming Assembly polls. He claimed with confidence that the BPF will bag 14 seats in the ensuing polls.

�There is no question of any pre-poll alliance with any party. But we will play a key role in the formation of the State Government,�� he speculated.

It may be mentioned that the Mohilary-led BPF is a part of the United People�s Front (UPF ), which a conglomeration of indigenous people of all autonomous councils of the State, and is all set to play a key role in the forthcoming Assembly election to be held next year.

For the record, the UPF was formed in the second week of September with BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary as its president, former chief of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council as its working president , HSDC leader Holiram Terang as vice president and Mising Autonomous Council chief Ronoj Pegu as its general secretary.

Earlier, expressing confidence in the people�s mandate in favour of the party, Mohilary said that the Congress, AGP, BJP, PCDR and AIUDF have no hold in the BTAD and there is every chance of the BPF winning maximum seats in BTAD.