BJP national president JP Nadda said on Monday that his party would return to power in Assam in the upcoming elections and win more than 100 out of 126 assembly seats as the Sarvanand Sonowal-led government worked for the all-round development of the state. . Addressing the Vijay Sankalp rally in Silchar, Nadda said that since the victory in the Assembly elections in 2016, the BJP has won all the elections in Zilla Parishad, Panchayat, Regional or Autonomous Councils.
The BJP president said that the party has got success due to giving importance to the culture, language and identity of Assam. He said, “BJP is working peacefully for the development of Assam. The party has kept the interests of all communities in mind. Everyone’s demands have been met without harming others. ”
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah signed the peace deal and resolved the 50-year-old Bodo issue and the militants were brought into the mainstream,” Nadda said. All stakeholders were taken into confidence and the agreement ensured that their demands were recognized.
After the Silchar, the BJP chief who came to the state on Monday for a two-day visit will go to Guwahati, where he will hold meetings with the core committee, election committee and other office bearers of the party’s state unit.
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