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Kamrul Islam Choudhary new State Youth Cong president

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GUWAHATI, June 27 - Kamrul Islam Choudhary was today elected president of the Assam state unit of Youth Congress.

While Choudhary polled 13, 504 votes, Ankita Dutta came second with 10,830 votes and Ratul Patowary was placed at the third position with 7,735 votes.

Dutta and Patowary will now serve as vice presidents of Youth Congress, as per the electoral rules of the organisation.

Altogether, 10 candidates were in the fray for the post of State Youth Congress president.

The election process was marred by allegations of use of �money power� as well as interference by some senior Congress party leaders who wanted their own �favourite� candidates to come out on top.

Scuffles and fisticuffs among supporters of various candidates took place today at the Rajiv Bhawan here. Police and security personnel had to intervene to break up fights.

Some Youth Congress activists sustained minor injuries during the scuffles.

Voting to elect president and general secretaries of the State unit as well as district unit presidents and general secretaries had taken place over three days since last Saturday.

Some Youth Congress candidates alleged that lobby politics and use of �influence� played a major role in the final outcome. They plan to approach the All India Congress Committee (AICC) as well as the All India Youth Congress (AIYC) over the issue and lodge formal complaints.

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Kamrul Islam Choudhary new State Youth Cong president

GUWAHATI, June 27 - Kamrul Islam Choudhary was today elected president of the Assam state unit of Youth Congress.

While Choudhary polled 13, 504 votes, Ankita Dutta came second with 10,830 votes and Ratul Patowary was placed at the third position with 7,735 votes.

Dutta and Patowary will now serve as vice presidents of Youth Congress, as per the electoral rules of the organisation.

Altogether, 10 candidates were in the fray for the post of State Youth Congress president.

The election process was marred by allegations of use of �money power� as well as interference by some senior Congress party leaders who wanted their own �favourite� candidates to come out on top.

Scuffles and fisticuffs among supporters of various candidates took place today at the Rajiv Bhawan here. Police and security personnel had to intervene to break up fights.

Some Youth Congress activists sustained minor injuries during the scuffles.

Voting to elect president and general secretaries of the State unit as well as district unit presidents and general secretaries had taken place over three days since last Saturday.

Some Youth Congress candidates alleged that lobby politics and use of �influence� played a major role in the final outcome. They plan to approach the All India Congress Committee (AICC) as well as the All India Youth Congress (AIYC) over the issue and lodge formal complaints.

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