UPP(L) will form next government in BTR: Pramod Boro
Hectic campaigning has begun for the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) elections which are likely to be held by this December. UPP(L) chief Pramod Boro is on a blazing campaign trail
Hectic campaigning has begun for the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) elections which are likely to be held by this December. UPP(L) chief Pramod Boro is on a blazing campaign trail across the Bodo heartland.
Talking to newspersons, Pramod Boro exuded confidence that his party will form the next government in BTR. Boro hopes that the UPP(L) will win at least 30 seats and said that every worker of the party is working relentlessly in this regard.
Escalating his attack, Pramod Boro said that top leaders of the party including Rajya Sabha MP Biswajit Daimari will desert the BPF soon. Boro added that the BPF will suffer setback alleging that Hagrama Mohilari of making dictatorial decisions.
The UPP(L) chief also alleged cabinet minister Chandan Brahma of conspiring against party leaders.
Launching a scathing attack, Pramod Boro alleged that corruption flourished during the 17 years of BPF rule and demanded for proper inquiry into this.
First Published: 17th October, 2020 16:11 IST
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