By Our Kokrajhar Web Desk
Kokrajhar (Assam) ,Sept 29: BPF chief Hagrama Mohilary today said that democracy has been totally murdered in BTAD region by not conducting council elections till date and demanded that Governor’s Rule should not be extended anymore.
On Tuesday , BPF chief Mohilary, who was also former chief of Bodoland Territorial Council said that people from all walks of life are facing severe hardships due to ongoing Governor’s Rule and for not conducting of council elections till date.
He said that democracy must prevail with the conduct of the council elections.
Mohilary said that protests would continue to put pressure on the government to hold the BTC election within October next .
On implementation of the various clauses in the BTR accord , he said implementation of is with the government and not with me. So I don’t want to comment .
Mohilary affirmed, “There is no rift within the BPF but I admit that there is exchange of War of words among party leaders like Probin Boro,Kampa Borgoyary and Biswajit Daimary.BPF is intact and integrated .UPPL president Pramod Boro is creating drama for his political interest with the BTR accord”.
Mohilary appealed to all sections of the people to participate in the democratic protest seeking BTC council elections.
The protest by the BPF for early conduct of Council polls entered the third day today. A protest rally was held in Kokrajhar today which was organised by Youth Wing of BPF and Bodoland Students Union to put pressure on the the state government and election commission for conducting council elections with October next .
Hundreds of youths and BPF activists and BSU members with banners, placards participated the rally.
President of Kokrajhar district unit committee of Bodoland Students Union Derhasat Brahma questioned , if election commission can announce dates for Bihar assembly election amidst ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, then why not BTC election. He accused of BJP led state government of deliberately creating the delay tactics.
He added BPF and BSU would continue with the protest seeking council elections within October next .