MUSHALPUR, April 8 - �One of the major problems with most public representatives is that they turn their back on their respective constituencies once they get elected. Accountability to people is the pious duty of an elected representative. They forget that they have to face the same people in the next election if given the ticket by the respective party. This will no more be tolerated by the politically conscious voters of today,� said Phalindra Kumar Basumatary, MCLA of Baganpara BTCLA, while addressing election meetings organised at Ambari, Nikashi and Chaulkara villages for Maneswar Brahma, BPF candidate for Barama LAC recently.
�I have been campaigning in Baganpara, neighbouring BTC constituencies and even in the non-BTAD areas under the Barama LAC for the BPF candidate and I am accountable to the people on behalf of the respective candidate. I will join the people in demonstrations in front of the house of the MLA if he fails to prove his accountability after winning the election,� he added. He urged the people to vote for the BPF so that the process of development in the BTAD can continue for the welfare of all citizens.
The Baganpara MCLA is known among the masses for his plain talking and individual communication with all sections of people as well as his developmental initiatives.
There are three LACs under the Baksa Election District namely, No. 58 Tamulpur LAC, No. 62 Barama (ST) LAC and No. 63 Chapaguri LAC. There are 1,77,240 voters in Tamulpur LAC who include 93,438 male and 83,802 female voters who will cast their votes in 232 polling stations.
With 187 polling stations, the Barama LAC has 1,44,232 voters including 75,625 male and 68,607 female voters. A total of 1,36,529 voters, including 69,678 male and 66,851 female voters, will exercise their franchise in 185 polling stations in the Chapaguri LAC. Out of 604 polling stations, 550 fall under the Baksa Election District, while 54 polling stations of the Barama LAC fall under the Nalbari district.