GUWAHATI, April 9 � Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today rubbished the allegation about the Congress striking a secret pact with the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) in view of the Assembly elections even though he refrained from ruling out the possibility of a post-poll alliance between the two parties.
He, while reacting to opposition's allegation that Congress is the saviour of Bangladeshi migrants, stated that the he does not need the votes of illegal migrants to win the elections.
Gogoi, addressing the media persons on the last day of poll campaign for the second phase of Assembly elections, termed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) as 'hypocrites' alleging that both the parties makes baseless comments only because of their political benefits and has no concern for the issues of the common man.
The BJP, a few days back, had alleged that the Congress and the AIUDF had entered into a secret understanding in view of the Assembly election.
�The Congress party has not entered into any kind of understanding. We do not want the support of the AIUDF as we are going to form the Government on our own,� Gogoi stated.
On BJP's chargesheet against the Congress, the Chief Minister said, �Why it is only now that they have come with a chargesheet? Congress has ruled for ten years in the State and the chargesheet has been made public a couple of days back, which goes to show their concern for the State.�
�If their charges are specific, why did not they raise the issue of corruption in the Parliament? The BJP has no accountability,� he stated, �I even challenge them to provide evidence to the CBI, if they have any.�