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People of Asom want positive change - Javedkar

Written by: Staff

Guwahati, Mar 29 (UNI) BJP national Spokesman Prakash Javedkar today said the Congress was being defeated in every election in the country after coming to power at the Centre.

Talking to mediapersons here, Mr Javedkar said people in Asom want a positive change this time and BJP is sure to win in the state.

He alleged that the ruling Congress party in the state have listed their failures as the promises in the manifesto released by them. It was the NDA government, which successfully negotiated the insurgency problems of the North East region with Nagas and Bodos, he added.

''During the long rule of the Congress, it has failed to solve problems of the region. On the other hand, Congress contributed to the insurgency problem of the region, Mr Javedkar said.

The BJP Spokesman said Congress spoke about the implementation of Asom Accord but they gave legitimacy to the IMDT Act, which encourages infiltration, adding, that the new amendment to the Foreigners Act is nothing but a backdoor entry to the said Act scrapped by the Supreme Court.

''Ethnic problems, inter-state border disputes, floods and irrigation problems are the contributions of the Congress-led government in the state,'' Mr Javedkar said.

He said senior BJP leader and former UP Chief Minister Kalyan Singh will address an election rally at Nalbari tomorrow. Other BJP leaders who are visiting the state on the eve of first phase of polls are Kanbir Hyder Osmani, Arjun Munda and Pramod Mahajan, he informed.


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