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State influx problem national issue: Varun

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Sept 8 � Varun Gandhi, MP and national secretary of the BJP on Wednesday underscored the need to regard the State's infiltration problem as a national issue and voiced against communalizing it.

Varun is visiting the State for the first time after being entrusted with the responsibility of looking after the election of Assam. Interacting with mediapersons here, he said that increasing the seat tally of the party in the coming Assembly elections was not the only challenge for him. He claimed that winning the hearts of the people of the State and their confidence was the biggest challenge for him.

Assuring that he would leave no stone unturned to realize the expectations of the people and the party, Varun added that with the BJP keen to usher winds of change through its young and dynamic leaders, the State Assembly elections will definitely witness a positive alternative. He declared that the party would give chance to the young leaders who have the talent and the capability to contest the elections.

"The BJP is working for a positive campaign and I am hopeful that the coming Assembly elections will stand out as an election that inspired the people," he said.

He further said that as the party is giving importance to infusing new ideas in the political system, the issues for the party in the Assembly elections would be transparent governance, development and peace.

Replying to a query on AGP-BJP alliance, Varun said that the party was getting battle ready so that it is in a position to contest in all 126 seats.

Varun earlier in the day had addressed a convention of the party workers. This convention was attended by the State leadership including party national vice president Bijoya.

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State influx problem national issue: Varun

GUWAHATI, Sept 8 � Varun Gandhi, MP and national secretary of the BJP on Wednesday underscored the need to regard the State's infiltration problem as a national issue and voiced against communalizing it.

Varun is visiting the State for the first time after being entrusted with the responsibility of looking after the election of Assam. Interacting with mediapersons here, he said that increasing the seat tally of the party in the coming Assembly elections was not the only challenge for him. He claimed that winning the hearts of the people of the State and their confidence was the biggest challenge for him.

Assuring that he would leave no stone unturned to realize the expectations of the people and the party, Varun added that with the BJP keen to usher winds of change through its young and dynamic leaders, the State Assembly elections will definitely witness a positive alternative. He declared that the party would give chance to the young leaders who have the talent and the capability to contest the elections.

"The BJP is working for a positive campaign and I am hopeful that the coming Assembly elections will stand out as an election that inspired the people," he said.

He further said that as the party is giving importance to infusing new ideas in the political system, the issues for the party in the Assembly elections would be transparent governance, development and peace.

Replying to a query on AGP-BJP alliance, Varun said that the party was getting battle ready so that it is in a position to contest in all 126 seats.

Varun earlier in the day had addressed a convention of the party workers. This convention was attended by the State leadership including party national vice president Bijoya.