Guwahati: Assam’s Rajya Sabha member Ajit Kumar Bhuyan on Saturday alleged that the BJP considers KMSS leaders as its major enemy.
Bhuyan, who is also the chief convenor of the recently formed Anchalik Gana Morcha (AGM), a political conglomeration of the regional political parties based in Assam, said this while attending a meeting with the Krisham Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) at Gandhibasti on Saturday.
Bhuyan said, “The KMSS has been leading the democratic movement raising fundamental problems and major political issues in the state since years against the BJP-led Centre as well as the state government. Hence, the BJP governments at the Centre and in the state consider KMSS and its leaders as the major enemy.”
During the meeting, he appealed the KMSS leaders to extend straight support to the newly formed AGM to wipe out the BJP in the ensuing Assam assembly election scheduled for April 2021.
Bhuyan highlighted that the AGM has been putting it’s all out efforts to form a strong regional political conglomeration by uniting all the regional political parties of the state. “To wipe out the RSS-backed communal BJP government from power in the ensuing 2021 Assam assembly election, the divided regional political of the state must stand united,” Bhuyan said.
Bhuyan also advocated for united platform for all the progressive and nationalist regional political parties of the state to annihilate the alleged communal politics of the BJP.
KMSS president Bhasko D Saikia also said that the KMSS will formulate a mutual strategy with the AGM to wipe out the RSS-backed BJP government.