KOKRAJHAR, April 1: Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) chief executive member (CEM) Pramod Boro has termed BPF president Hagrama Mohilary an invalid paise as member and leaders of the BPF party have been leaving the party.
On Thursday in Kokrajhar, Boro who is also UPPL chief said that due to autocratic attitude of BPF chief Hagrama Mohilary, Tamulpur candidate Rangja Khunggur Basumatary (RamdasBasumatary) has quit the party on Wednesday.
He said that BPF party candidates are getting defeat in all contesting constituencies in the assembly elections.
“BPF’s influence is now becoming value less due to insincerity towards the upliftment and development of the society”, he said.
He informed that all contesting candidates of the BJP UPPL parties are winning all contesting constituencies in the assembly elections.
He expressed that NDA alliance candidates are winning majority seats across the state including first and second phase of the assembly elections.
He told that PM Narendra Modi addressed an election campaign at Green Field at Bodofa Nwgwr on Thursday in Kokrajhar in support of UPPL candidates from four constituencies of Kokrajhar and Chirang districts of BTR.
He said that people are expecting massive parivartan and development among the society and accordingly voting in favour of UPPL and BJP alliance parties in the ongoing assembly elections.
Meanwhile, BTR CEM Boro cut the ribbon to inaugurate office building of BodolandRadav at Kokrajhar town along the JD Road.
BodolandRadav-a portal news of Bodo language, has been regarded as highest viewed.
Editor of the BodolandRadav, Mwikhwm Basumatary has extended sincere thanks to the BTR CEM for coming to inaugurate the office building today.
He informed that the Bodoland Radav has been dedicating relentlessly towards news services since its inception.