By Our Kokrajhar Web Desk
Kokrajhar(Assam), Nov 8 : United People’s Party Liberal(UPPL) president Pramod Boro alleged that there was about over 3000 rupees crore corruption and anomalies in the Bodoland Territorial Council( BTC) at all departments in last 17 years during the tenure of BPF ruled council administration.
The UPPL is gaining mass popularity ahead the council elections scheduled to be held in Dec next for the 40 member house of BTC legislative assembly.
Over 1200 new members from different parties including BPF,Congress joined the UPPL at a party meeting held at Bhotgaon High School playground under Fakiragram constituency in Kokrajhar district on Saturday.
Talking to the reporters at the party meeting, Boro alleged that BPF chief Hagrama Mohilary was a corrupted merchant who is the mastermind behind thousand crores of corruption and anomalies in all developmental departments in his 17 years of rule in BTAD administration.
Boro said that common masses from all walks of life were deprived from frontal development and welfare schemes due to the dictatorial rule of BPF chief Hagrama Mohilary.
He said that Mohilary and his company failed to work for the welfare and development in the region.He said BPF is fearing massive defeat and facing hardships as citizens want parivartan and development.
Boro echoed Assam health and education minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma’s remarks on the massive corruption by BPF chief Hagrama Mohilary,saying that it is not only corruption of 1000 crore, but would amount to Rs 3000 crores during the BPF ruled BTC administration.
UPPL chief Boro was hopeful that UPPL would be winning absolute majority in the ensuing BTC election and forming next BTC administration for good governance.
“People would be voting in favour of parivartan and massive development in all circles across the region in the ensuing BTC council elections. People have understood that the BPF was cheating people during its rule .BPF had only practiced corruption and anomalies instead of welfare initiatives in last 17 years of rule in BTAD”, Boro said.
He also welcomed the verdict of the Gauhati High Court for early conduct of BTC council elections and added that the council election should be conducted by maintaining COVID-19 protocols to elect the public representative in the council region.
He also demanded deployment of strong security network during the BTC council elections to ensure that it is free and fair .
Boro also addressed a mass gathering of the party workers held at Binnakata under Gossaigaon subdivision in Kokrajhar where tens of thousands of party supporter and well wishers participated .
UPPL president Pramod Boro also offered his prayers and worship at Swithw Bathow Sagor Thanshali at Haldwijhora near Haltugaon in Kokrajhar .
Meanwhile , Mohilary in a rally said that the BTC administration was working for the welfare and development since it’s inception towards social integration.
He said that BPF was for the people’s welfare and massive development for which the party was founded in the region.
Mohilary came down heavily on Assam’s minister for Health and education Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma for his remarks of sweet mangoes and sour mangoes and said that Dr Sarma himself does not consume anything sweet then how he can know the taste of sweet or sour mangoes.
” I have been rendering my services through sweet mangoes and accordingly brought development and welfare among all sections of communities in the BTC region”, Mohilary added.