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Badruddin Ajmal lashes out at Congress and BJP

SILCHAR, Nov 21: All India United Democratic Front president Badruddin Ajmal slammed Tarun Gogoi led State government for not properly addressing the violence in BTAD areas. According to him, the Chief Minister did not takeany action against the BPF leaders just to safeguard the political interest of the Congress.
While addressing a mammoth gathering at Sonai in Cachar district last evening, Ajmal said that the Congress led State government completely failed to control the deteriorating law-and-order situation in the State. He said it was not only price rise and corruption, the government even failed to ensure the safety and security of the citizens in the State.
Ajmal held the State government responsible for the murder of youths of Barak Valley in the Guwahati bound train from Bangaluru few months back.
Moreover, Ajmal lashed out at the leaders of the ruling party in Barak Valley for the dilapidated condition of road. He said that the road infrastructure in the Valley had been worsening day by day. The roads in the Valley have turned into paths of potholes, he added.
Taking a dig at the BJP, the AIUDF president said that there has been no place for the saffron brigade in the State. He condemned the role of BJP for igniting the violence in the strife torn BTAD areas with its interest communal interest. He pointed out that the BJP was trying to give communal colour to the movement against illegal immigrants so that it had an issue to talk about during the panchayat polls.
He appealed to the masses to vote out both the Congress and BJP fromthe state in the forthcoming Panchayat elections. He said that in order to restore peace, tranquility and normalcy in the state people shouldvote for the clear and fit candidates in the upcoming polls.
He said that the sole motto of AIUDF is to ensure justice to the people and to fight against all sorts of evils.
On the occasion, Makkobbir Ali Barbhuiya, educationist, Mastar Ali Laskar, former principal ofMainul Hoque Chowdhury HS School, Sonabharighta, along with a few other well known personalities officially joined the AIUDF.
Around 4,000 people assembled at the Sonai playground where the meeting was held. The presence of women belonging to Manipuri community was significant.
Among others who spoke on the occasion included Siddiqullah Chowdhury, West Bengal state president Aditya Langthasa, Assam state president, Basir Ahmed Kasim, MLA, Abdul Rahim Khan, Badiuj Jamal, Assamstate president of Youth Front, Kartik Sena Sinha, former MLA, Abdul Muktadir Chowdhury, former minister.
The public meeting was presided over by Ataur Rehman Mazarbhuiya, incumbent MLA of Katigorah. One minute condolence was also observed in memory of Sahidul Alam Choudhury, MLA of Hailakandi, who passed away last morning. (SentinelAssam)

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