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Poll picture hazy in Dihira LAC

By Correspondent

MUSHALPUR, March 29 � With 13 candidates in the fray for No. 23 Dihira (open) constituency in Baksa, the poll picture has become hazy.

After filing of nominations, all the candidates including the independent candidates have geared up their campaigns to woo the voters.

Moon Singh Brahma had won the last two Bodo Territorial Council (BTC) elections, first term as an independent candidate and second term as a BPF candidate from this constituency seems to be one of the strong contestant candidates. As an MCLA, he tried to solve various pubic problems and became a strong contender for the party ticket for the third term. The sitting MCLA has already started vigorous campaign in the area.

Meanwhile, annoyed with the alleged breach of promise by Hagrama Mohilary, the Dumooni primary committee of BPF resigned from the party on March 23 with all its members. The ticket aspirant Contenstine Tirky luxury filed his nomination as an independent Adivasi candidate and this could be a hard nut to crack for BPF to woo the votes of Dumooni areas. Meanwhile, a new committee of Dumooni primary BPF was formed recently with Manik Ghosh as president and Ashok Kumar Dutta as secretary.

Another obstacle for the BPF is former BPF leader Ajit Kumar Narzary who also filed nomination as an independent candidate after the party denied him ticket.

There are 55,604 voters in Dihira BTCLAC in 76 polling stations. The targeted vote of BPF is likely to be divided mostly among these three candidates besides Ripendra Kumar Swargiary, an independent candidate exercising a good hold in many pockets. However, it is certain that the voters of Dumooni tea garden areas will play a deciding role in the forthcoming poll for this constituency to be held on April 8 next.

Meanwhile, Independent candidates Panindra Das, Jadav Das, Kunal Brahma and Sanjay Sarania who had filed their nominations at Mushalpur for Dihira, Mushalpur and Koklabari BTCLACs respectively withdrew their nominations on Saturday.

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Poll picture hazy in Dihira LAC

MUSHALPUR, March 29 � With 13 candidates in the fray for No. 23 Dihira (open) constituency in Baksa, the poll picture has become hazy.

After filing of nominations, all the candidates including the independent candidates have geared up their campaigns to woo the voters.

Moon Singh Brahma had won the last two Bodo Territorial Council (BTC) elections, first term as an independent candidate and second term as a BPF candidate from this constituency seems to be one of the strong contestant candidates. As an MCLA, he tried to solve various pubic problems and became a strong contender for the party ticket for the third term. The sitting MCLA has already started vigorous campaign in the area.

Meanwhile, annoyed with the alleged breach of promise by Hagrama Mohilary, the Dumooni primary committee of BPF resigned from the party on March 23 with all its members. The ticket aspirant Contenstine Tirky luxury filed his nomination as an independent Adivasi candidate and this could be a hard nut to crack for BPF to woo the votes of Dumooni areas. Meanwhile, a new committee of Dumooni primary BPF was formed recently with Manik Ghosh as president and Ashok Kumar Dutta as secretary.

Another obstacle for the BPF is former BPF leader Ajit Kumar Narzary who also filed nomination as an independent candidate after the party denied him ticket.

There are 55,604 voters in Dihira BTCLAC in 76 polling stations. The targeted vote of BPF is likely to be divided mostly among these three candidates besides Ripendra Kumar Swargiary, an independent candidate exercising a good hold in many pockets. However, it is certain that the voters of Dumooni tea garden areas will play a deciding role in the forthcoming poll for this constituency to be held on April 8 next.

Meanwhile, Independent candidates Panindra Das, Jadav Das, Kunal Brahma and Sanjay Sarania who had filed their nominations at Mushalpur for Dihira, Mushalpur and Koklabari BTCLACs respectively withdrew their nominations on Saturday.