Top Congress leader Sachin Pilot who was in Silchar on Sunday to campaign for the party for the second phase of Assam Assembly elections, has said that the grand old party is fighting the ongoing elections in Assam to save the State from BJP’s ‘misrule’. 

Sachin Pilot said that the Assam Assembly election in is a struggle to save the people of the state from the ‘misrule’ of the BJP. 

“We are not fighting to come to power, but to save the people of Assam from the misrule of the BJP,” Congress leader Sachin Pilot said while addressing an election rally in Assam’s Silchar. 

“The BJP Government never stood by the people of Assam during the hour of crisis,” Congress leader Sachin Pilot said. 

“The BJP is dividing people on religious lines and they need to remain united in Assam and India,” added Sachin Pilot. 

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“It’s time that we remove the BJP from power in Assam,” Sachin Pilot said. 

“In five years, the BJP gave Assam CAA, autocracy, inflation and communalism, but not jobs. The Congress has guaranteed that it will give five lakh government jobs,” Sachin Pilot said. 

“Today, Assam’s biggest necessity is employment opportunities,” Congress leader Sachin Pilot said. 

It was a show of strength for the Assam Congress in Silchar on Sunday as a sea of people took to streets joining the party’s election rally. 

Sachin Pilot was accompanied by top Assam Congress leader Sushmita Dev in the election campaigning in Silchar on Sunday. 

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Sachin Pilot also took a dig at the BJP Government in Assam saying that people of the State are confused on who is running the State Government. 

“People are confused as to who is running the Assam Government – one who is the chief minister or the one who wants to be the chief minister,” Sachin Pilot added. 

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