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NAGAON, Dec 15 - Along with the other parts of the State, all election campaigns for the Tiwa Autonomous Council (TAC) ended on Tuesday afternoon in Nagaon district too.

As per report issued by the District Information and Public Relations Office of Nagaon, the district administration has completed all preparedness to conduct a free and fair election in a total of 10 Tiwa Autonomous Council seats in the district.

It is worth mentioning that total 38 candidates are in the fray for the 10 seats in the district.

On the last day of the campaigning for the council poll, the ruling BJP-led alliance parties and the Opposition Congress left no stone unturned to woo the voters.

Participating in an election rally in Pukhuripar area under Sadar LAC for BJP candidate Deepjyoti Pator, local BJP MLA Rupak Sarma said that Congress became an outdated coin and the ruling BJP-led alliance would snatch around 32 seats this time. He claimed that the people of Assam seek development and for that the people would definitely vote for the BJP.

Earlier, Sarma took part in a bike rally from Dimou Chariali to Bebejia Chariali.

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Poll campaign for TAC ends

NAGAON, Dec 15 - Along with the other parts of the State, all election campaigns for the Tiwa Autonomous Council (TAC) ended on Tuesday afternoon in Nagaon district too.

As per report issued by the District Information and Public Relations Office of Nagaon, the district administration has completed all preparedness to conduct a free and fair election in a total of 10 Tiwa Autonomous Council seats in the district.

It is worth mentioning that total 38 candidates are in the fray for the 10 seats in the district.

On the last day of the campaigning for the council poll, the ruling BJP-led alliance parties and the Opposition Congress left no stone unturned to woo the voters.

Participating in an election rally in Pukhuripar area under Sadar LAC for BJP candidate Deepjyoti Pator, local BJP MLA Rupak Sarma said that Congress became an outdated coin and the ruling BJP-led alliance would snatch around 32 seats this time. He claimed that the people of Assam seek development and for that the people would definitely vote for the BJP.

Earlier, Sarma took part in a bike rally from Dimou Chariali to Bebejia Chariali.

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