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    BJP will throw Ajmal out of the state: HM Shah

    Amit Shah is slated to address three election rallies today – Dispur, Bijni and Hajo to campaign for the last phase of the assembly polls.

    BJP will throw Ajmal out of the state: HM Shah

    Guwahati: Addressing a rally in Bijni in Assam, Union home minister Amit Shah on Wednesday said that under the leadership of Badrudding Ajmal Assam cannot be made infiltrator-free, it is the Bharatiya Janata party who will throw Ajmal out of the state and keep the state free from infiltrators.

    He also said, “Election is between two parties- BJP, AGP who are developing the state. On the other hand, Congress & AIUDF, under the leadership of Badruddin Ajmal.”

    “Ajmal says, the key of govt is with him but the truth is that only people of Assam hold the key,” Shah added.

    Shah also asserted that Congress and Badrudding Ajmal will open all gates to the infiltrators, only BJP can safeguard Assam from them.

    He also claimed that the Congress during its regime tried only to create division between different communities in Assam.

    Amit Shah is slated to address three election rallies today – Dispur, Bijni and Hajo to campaign for the last phase of the assembly polls.

    The star campaigner said that the BJP government in Assam has fulfilled it promises of giving terrorism-free, protest-free and developed Assam. He urged voters to bless the BJP government to further make the state a symbol of development. 

    Promising to make Assam free of flood issues, the minister said, “Only the BJP can solve the biggest problem of Assam – flood,” he said, adding, “We have freed Assam from bullets and agitations. Give us five more years and this BJP government will make Assam free from the flood problem too

    He said during the BJP regime in Assam, more than 2,000 cadres of different militant groups have shunned the path of violence and joined the mainstream.

    The Union home minister also added that efforts are on to increase the wages of the tea garden laborers.

    In the second phase of assembly election, 39 constituencies in 13 districts will go to the polls on April 1 and in the third phase, 41 constituencies across 12 districts will go to polls on April 6.

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