Donkamukam, March 19: All Political Parties and their leaders in Hills district are seen extensively campaigning to convince the voters.
Candidates were seen carrying out campaigns after scrutiny of the nomination papers which is stated to go for poll on April 1 in 2nd phase.
In one of the meet on Friday the Autonomous State Demand Committee (ASDC) who once ruled Council (KAAC) for nearly fifteen years has been desperately aiming to win after almost twenty years of eclipse from 20th Boithalangso LAC.
The leaders have been extensively campaigning day and night to reach to the voters. They held meeting at Kolonga Branch Office at West Karbi Anglong where candidate Sarsing Engleng briefed the gathering and vehemently criticized ruling BJP of Centre, state and council saying it has failed to fulfill the aspirations of the people of Assam’s hills districts.
“People are completely suffering due to BJP’s misrule, unemployment of youths is at a record high, price of goods skyrocketing and common people are struggling for survival,” he said.
ASDC central committee member Sikari kathar, Hamren constituency committee president Mensing Terang, Hamren GS CC Khorsing Kro and several dozen of supporters were present.
Altogether 15 from different parties also switched to ASDC on Friday.
Here, ruling BJP under Hamren MAC constituency has been continuously having back to back meet at different venues. Today at Kolonga, near irrigation switch gate and at Banai village, near Dongkamukam West KA, KAAC EM Mongolsing Timung held election campaigning meet where he said that every citizen young and old was safe and secure under BJP’s rule.
“During ASDC and Congress regime at Council (KAAC) there was boycott, ethnic clashes and hatred which was widespread among us, but now it is peaceful” Timung said.
Attacking APHLC, he said that APHLC is in nascent stage, time is required to grow, so wait for another 20 to 25 years for the party.
In the meet VDC Chairman of 8 Hamren MAC constituency Sarsing Phangcho, Hamren mandal GS Jwell Tokbi also briefed those present.