Akhil’s last clarion call to Assam, says “Don’t vote for BJP in any way”

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"BJP party is a big conspirator that eyes on dividing the state into communal lines" said Akhil Gogoi in a letter
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Akhil’s last clarion call to Assam, says “Don't vote for BJP in any way”
File Image: Raijor Dal president Akhil Gogoi

Guwahati: Raijor Dal president Akhil Gogoi in his last and final announcement ahead of the third and final phase of polls appealed to the people of Assam to cast out BJP from the state.

Gogoi claimed in a letter that he has been deliberately stating the same ever since the 2019 CAA movement in the state.

“Don’t vote for BJP in any way- ‘2021 polls’ it’s all about dumping BJP party,” wrote Akhil in the letter.

Alleging the BJP party to be a traitor, Gogoi said, “The people of Assam have already given them a befitting reply in the previous two phases of elections and it seems the BJP party leaders have also accepted their defeat.”

He also claimed that the BJP party is a big conspirator that eyes on dividing the state into communal lines.

“They have also tried to create differences between Hindus and Muslims during their tenure since 2016 in the state,” added Akhil in his letter.

“Forceful impositions of contentious Citizenship Amendment Act in Assam, alleged privatization of public sector enterprises, banks, airport, railway station, privatization of PSUs in Assam are examples of the fascist agendas of RSS-BJP party. If we love our nation from the core of the heart then ousting BJP from Assam needs to be our foremost duty and responsibility,” Gogoi writes in his letter.

Ahead of the phase 3 polls, Akhil further appealed to voters to cast their vote in favour of the strongest candidate contesting against the BJP party.

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