From Our Kokrajhar Bureau
Kokrajhar ( Assam) ,Sep 30: The ruling United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) has formed a five -member selection committee headed by BTR deputy CEM Gabinda Chandra Basumatary to prepare the necessary strategy for the upcoming assembly by-polls across the region.
A two-day cabinet and executive committee meeting of the ruling UPPL party concluded on Thursday at Bodofa Cultural complex in Kokrajhar with UPPL president Pramod Boro in the chair. The 2- day meet mainly discussed about the party’s preparation for the by-polls in Gossaigaon and Tamulpur LACs in Bodoland Territorial Region district .
The party also discussed the strengthening of party affairs as well bringing a healthy environment among the society in the region apart from resolving to contest the upcoming assembly by-polls from Gossaigaon and Tamulpur LACs directly with their own candidates and extend support to the NDA alliance candidates at Bhawanipur LAC and other LACs across the state.
UPPL president & BTR CEM Pramod Boro told media that UPPL is fully prepared for the upcoming assembly by-polls in the region and expressed his hope that his party candidate’s names for the by-polls would be finalized by Oct 2.
He informed that a five- member selection committee for selecting the suitable candidates has been formed with BTR deputy CEM Gabinda Chandra Basumatary as chairman and the selection committee is in the process for finalization of the candidates for the by-polls.
He was confident that the NDA alliance candidates would be winning in all contesting constituencies across the state.
Boro informed that BTR administration is trying to ensure better communication with village headman and villagers by distributing mobile handsets for speedy communication in the entire region.
Boro also welcomed back the ULB militant members who have returned to the mainstream on Wednesday after deciding to shun violence . He also welcomed the 57 poachers under Raimona National Park who surrendered with arms before the BTR administration under the initiative from the BTR administration and added that another 500 poachers are likely come forward to surrender from Manas National Park and it’s adjoining areas soon .