“Congress and AIUDF are the main enemies of Assam”: Sarbananda Sonowal
GUWAHATI: Coming down heavily on the ‘grand alliance’ led by Congress, Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Tuesday slammed the Congress-All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) alliance as the biggest enemy of the state and its interest.
Addressing multiple numbers of poll campaigns in the state, Sonowal said that the people of Assam will give all sacrifices to thwart the grand alliance’s attempt of forming the next government in the state.
He said, “Congress and Badruddin Ajmal’s AIUDF are the main enemies of Assam. It’s a conspiracy to finish the future of Assam. We will not allow these poisonous powers to run our government. Come whatever sacrifice or hardship, we will defeat these enemies of Assam.”
Sonowal added that it’s only the BJP that can protect the future of the state and the people of the state have already realized it. “Assam is marching ahead towards all-round development under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi and guidance of union home minister Amit Shah. I urge all to vote for NDA candidates to continue this growth trajectory,” he added.
On the other hand, senior Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma mocked Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) President Ripun Bora and said that Bora could be the chief minister in Bangladesh.
“By aligning with Ajmal, Congress has isolated themselves from the mainstream people of Assam for another 50 years. I heard Ripun Bora wants to be the chief minister and that’s why I say that he can only become a CM in Bangladesh,” Sarma said.