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    Former ABSU Leader Rinjoy Boro, 100 Others Join BJP In Udalguri

    The function was organized at Bishnu Rabha Krishti Sangha, Udalguri in presence of Mangaldai MP Dilip Saikia and other state politicos

    Former All Bodo Students Union(ABSU) secretary Rionjoy Boro along with 100 other Bodoland People’s Front(BPF), ABSU members on September 23rd, 2019 officially joined the Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) at a membership drive in Udalguri district.

    Manoj Boro President of the BPF’s, Bodoland Students’ Union(Udalguri district committee) also joined the BJP today.

    The function was organized at Bishnu Rabha Krishti Sangha, Udalguri in presence of Mangaldai MP Dilip Saikia, Ajay Hazarika, General secretary of BJP, Udalgrui unit and host of other state politicos.

     “I really feel lucky that I could join the party. I like the way the BJP functions and their ideologies. They have been focusing on the marginalized sections of the society, voicing for farmers rights. Now, with the co-operation of the people we will work towards development of the people,” said Rionjoy Boro while addressing the media.

    On being asked about the forthcoming general election of the BTC which is due in 2020 next, Boro further exuded confidence of BJP’s win.

    Meanwhile, rumours are doing the rounds that Bodoland People’s Front (BPF), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and United Peoples’ Party Liberal (UPPL) are likely to forge an alliance to contest the 2020 general election of the BTC.

    Inputs & Photo: Dhanmani Barman

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