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Poll campaign for TAC ends today

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MORIGAON, Aug 16 - The Tiwa Autonomous Council (TAC) poll campaign is in full swing in Morigaon district as the formal campaigning will end at 5 pm tomorrow. Parties like the Congress, BJP, Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha are organising poll rallies across the 19 constituencies of the council in Morigaon district.

Today, BJP MP Bijoya Chakravarty addressed a series of meetings at Jagiroad, Udmari, etc., and appealed to the people to cast their votes in favour of the BJP candidates. She said that the BJP is the only party that would protect the rights of the tribal people of Assam. On the other hand, Congress stalwarts addressed poll rallies at Kushtoli, Baragoni, Chabukdhara, etc., seeking votes for their party candidates.

Meanwhile, the Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha, a local outfit headed by former TAC CEM Rama Kanta Deori, is posing a serious challenge to both the Congress and BJP. It is contesting all the 30 seats and it has backing from the AGP and CPI. Another local party Sanmilita Gana Mancha is contesting in 20 seats.

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Poll campaign for TAC ends today

MORIGAON, Aug 16 - The Tiwa Autonomous Council (TAC) poll campaign is in full swing in Morigaon district as the formal campaigning will end at 5 pm tomorrow. Parties like the Congress, BJP, Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha are organising poll rallies across the 19 constituencies of the council in Morigaon district.

Today, BJP MP Bijoya Chakravarty addressed a series of meetings at Jagiroad, Udmari, etc., and appealed to the people to cast their votes in favour of the BJP candidates. She said that the BJP is the only party that would protect the rights of the tribal people of Assam. On the other hand, Congress stalwarts addressed poll rallies at Kushtoli, Baragoni, Chabukdhara, etc., seeking votes for their party candidates.

Meanwhile, the Tiwa Jatiya Aikya Mancha, a local outfit headed by former TAC CEM Rama Kanta Deori, is posing a serious challenge to both the Congress and BJP. It is contesting all the 30 seats and it has backing from the AGP and CPI. Another local party Sanmilita Gana Mancha is contesting in 20 seats.