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    BTC Elections: Ranjeet Dass Holds High-Level Meeting With Key Leaders

    The district presidents of four BTAD districts along with the organizational secretary, Phanindra Nath Sarma, Secretary Shiva Nath Brahma and Kishore Upadhyay were present in the meeting

    Ahead of the Bodoland Territorial Council(BTC) elections, Assam BJP President, Ranjeet Kumar Dass’s on August 22nd, 2019 chaired a high-level meeting at his Guwahati residence with the key party leaders.

    The district presidents of four BTAD districts along with the organizational secretary, Phanindra Nath Sarma, Secretary Shiva Nath Brahma and Kishore Upadhyay were present in the meeting.

    Earlier on August 20th, 2019, the state BJP supremo, had made an announcement that the party will contest in the Bodoland Territorial Council(BTC) polls and will chair a meeting on the same. “Will hold a meeting to decide the factors for BJP to forge an alliance to contest the BTC elections.” he was quoted as saying.

    “The membership drive of BJP in Assam has shown outstanding performance. A total of 20 Lakh persons have joined the party breaking the target of 15 Lakh. This response to this membership drive will definitely help BJP increase seats in Assam”, added Dass while adding that the party will conduct its organizational election within three months.

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