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BONGAIGAON, Dec 31 - �Except Bodoland Peoples� Front (BPF), no other political party can win the Assembly seats of BTAD and the Congress party would certainly lose 16 seats in the State in 2016 Assembly polls.� BTC chief Hagrama Mahilary made this prediction on Wednesday while addressing the people at an election rally at Kasikotra in Chirang district.

�On behalf of the BTC, we had sought special economic package of Rs 1,000 crore, Rs 5 lakh exgratia for each victim of the BTAD clash and ST status of Bodo communities residing in Karbi Anglong in the State through a memorandum submitted to the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, on December 5 and accordingly the Prime Minister is coming to Kokrajhar on January 19 for poll campaign in support of BPF and to grant the economic package,� Mahilary said in his address.

Mahilary also criticised ABSU president Pramod Boro, political leaders Urkhaw Gwra Brahma and Rwngwra Narzary for exploiting the common Bodo people in the name of Bodoland.

The election rally was organised in support of Chandan Brahma, a BPF candidate and a sitting legislator from Sidli Assembly seat.

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Hagrama to support BJP outside BTAD

BONGAIGAON, Dec 31 - �Except Bodoland Peoples� Front (BPF), no other political party can win the Assembly seats of BTAD and the Congress party would certainly lose 16 seats in the State in 2016 Assembly polls.� BTC chief Hagrama Mahilary made this prediction on Wednesday while addressing the people at an election rally at Kasikotra in Chirang district.

�On behalf of the BTC, we had sought special economic package of Rs 1,000 crore, Rs 5 lakh exgratia for each victim of the BTAD clash and ST status of Bodo communities residing in Karbi Anglong in the State through a memorandum submitted to the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, on December 5 and accordingly the Prime Minister is coming to Kokrajhar on January 19 for poll campaign in support of BPF and to grant the economic package,� Mahilary said in his address.

Mahilary also criticised ABSU president Pramod Boro, political leaders Urkhaw Gwra Brahma and Rwngwra Narzary for exploiting the common Bodo people in the name of Bodoland.

The election rally was organised in support of Chandan Brahma, a BPF candidate and a sitting legislator from Sidli Assembly seat.

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