Bodoland People’s Front (BPF) president, Hagrama Mohilary promised land pattas to people residing in government land if his party is voted back to power.

The BPF chief was in Kalaigaon under Mwdaibari Bodo Territorial Council constituency in Udalguri district on Thursday to address a mass gathering.

“While our party wants to settle the people residing in government land by distributing them land pattas, the opposition parties want to evict them,” Mohilary said.

He promised voters peace, inclusive growth and development in the Bodo Territorial Region (BTR).

The development measures announced by Mohilary included the establishment of a land registrar office in each of the four districts and sub-divisional headquarters in the region.

The party also announced a slew of pre-poll sops for every community in BTR.

Mohilary also lambasted United People’s Party Liberal(UPPL) president, Pramod Boro for signing the 3rd Bodo Accord without taking into consideration the views of stakeholders of non-Bodo communities residing in the Bodo belt.

Mohilary claimed that his party will form the government for the fourth consecutive term by securing all the 10 BTC constituency seats in the Udalguri district.

State minister of the public health engineering department, Rihon Daimari appealed to the people to vote for Mwdaibari BTC constituency BPF candidate, Jagadish Sarkar.

The party has been working for the establishment of ‘permanent peace’ and ‘rapid development’ in the trouble-torn Bodo belt, the BPF leader said.

“Political leaders of opposition parties have been trying to polarize the society in the name of community and religion to secure votes,” he further said.

Shajid Khan

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