Mohilary attended the electioneering meeting at Jharbari, Salakati and Duramari while ABSU president Promod Boro attended election meeting at Bengtol in Chirang district.
Besides them, the president of Boro Women Justice Forum (BWJF) Anjali Daimary attended the meeting of UPPL at Jolaishree in Kokrajhar and Bengtol in Chirang district.
Addressing a large gathering, BPF supremo Hagrama Mohilary said his party had been working for the development of all communities in the region.
He said Jharbari area lacked of proper road connectivity, bridges, hospital, water supply, electricity and other basic needs but after BTC formation, the much neglected area has seen the pace of fast development.
He also said his administration will distribute land pattas to the forest villages of Jharbari area and the process is already going on.
He further said the ABSU and NDFB(P) cannot distribute land pattas to the villagers as they claimed but only BPF will do it.
Mohilary said ABSU and NDFB(P) had been misleading the people in the name of Bodoland movement but their real intention is quite different.
He said his party will move to include six communities in ST list and also claimed that the BPF was not against the Bodoland statehood demand.
He further said the ABSU had been dealing with the community as if it were some kind of business dealing for the party.
Meanwhile, ABSU President Promod Boro said before huge public gathering at Bengtol in Chirang district that the people of the region wanted solution of all basic problems and establishment of permanent peace after the formation of BTC but it has failed to fulfill the aspirations.
He said the people of the region wanted a new change for meaningful growth and development and so the ABSU and other movement groups have supported the UPPL candidate UG Brahma for positive change in the society.
On the other hand, BWJF president Anjali Daimary said the BPF supremo Hagrama Mohilary had been degrading the status of Boro women by offering 1 told gold and asked them to have two or three husbands to get more golds.
She said his remark was a matter of shame. She also said the people of the region needed a responsible person with ability, compassion and broad vision like UG Brahma who is the only one fit to raise voice in the parliament.