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Will win all 60 seats in upcoming assembly elections: Arunachal BJP President

In an exclusive interview to Northeast Live, Tapir Gao, the BJP President of Arunachal Pradesh spoke about the preparation for the 2019 state assembly elections as well as the parliamentary elections.

In an exclusive interview to Northeast Live, Tapir Gao, the BJP President of Arunachal Pradesh spoke about the preparation for the 2019 state assembly elections as well as the parliamentary elections.

We will win all the 60 seats during the state assembly elections next year, said a confident Gao reiterating what Chief Minister Pema Khandu said a few days ago.

Gao further said that they have confidence in all of their MLAs and are sure that they have been doing good work to win people’s trust in the next elections.

The Arunachal Pradesh BJP chief also talked about the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and claimed that his state is not affected by it.

First Published: 6th June, 2018 17:08 IST

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