by NEWSNER , 2021-04-07 14:11:55
The third and final phase of assembly elections was conducted smoothly within the No 58 Tamulpur Assembly constituency. BTC chief Pramod Boro reached his home constituency Tamulpur on Tuesday. He cast his choose the Sauraguri grade school polling place at 11 am at booth number 139. The BTC chief thanked all the voters for casting their votes. He said, "We as Indian citizens are proud to mention that through this election we will choose the MLA we would like. We will also help in forming a robust government within the State. there's no alternative in Assam at this point. The people have decided at this point that the BJP-UPPL-AGP and GSP candidates in Assam are going to be voted to power. The Grand Alliance has no value. we expect a healthy and powerful government is required to unravel various burning problems of Assam and therefore the BJP-UPPL-AGP- GSP coalition government are going to be suitable for this".
Commenting on Rangja Khungur Basumtary who quit his Bodoland People's Front (BPF) candidature and joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) recently, Boro said that he had taken the choice after much thought and it had been an honest decision. Lok Sabha MP and independent candidate from no. 62 Barama constituency, Naba Kumar Sarania cast his vote at 4 pm at Tamulpur Government MV School. He said the BJP-led alliance was bound to form the govt within the State at this point. He said that his victory within the Barama constituency was certain. Commenting on Rangja Khungur Basumtary, Sarania said that the BPF was in crisis in Tamulpur this point . "I feel that the BPF party has made tons of mistakes within the selection of candidates," he said.
Replying to an issue, he said, "We are fighting for the rights of the non-Bodo people. That fight will continue albeit we are in an alliance." He reiterated that the agenda adopted by the BTC government which was formed under the leadership of Pramod Boro had paved the way for a permanent solution to the continued conflict between the Bodo and non-Bodo people. "I am also hopeful that the matter of land rights are going to be solved," he added.
Meanwhile, technical snags in EVMs were reported in 308 polling stations within the Tamulpur assembly constituency but subsequently, the snags were resolved and polling ended smoothly. United People's Party Liberal (UPPL) candidate from Tamulpur constituency, Leho Ram Boro, candidate of Raijor Dol, Nagen Chandra Das, Bharatiya Gana Parishad candidate Nirmala Das, independent candidate Keshab Rajvanshi and other candidates also cast their votes at their respective polling stations.