Common Minimum Programme: Common Minimum Prog Eludes 2-day Oppn Meet |

Common Minimum Programme: Common Minimum Prog Eludes 2-day Oppn Meet |

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Dibrugarh: Despite two days of brainstorming, the United Opposition Forum of Assam, which contains 15 political events of the state, did not finalise the widespread minimal programme (CMP) for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, through the conclave in Dibrugarh that concluded on Friday.
Despite earlier indications that the CMP can be made public on the conclave, it was not prepared for launch.Similarly, the ‘chargesheet’ towards the Himanta Biswa Sarma-led authorities ready by the opposition was additionally not made public. The 2-day conclave noticed the presence of virtually all prime leaders of the alliance, together with Bhupen Kumar Borah (INC), Rakibul Hussain (INC), Debabrata Saikia (INC), Ripun Borah (TMC) and Lurinjyoti Gogoi (AJP). However, Raijor Dal president Akhil Gogoi was absent on each days.
State Congress chief and president of the United Opposition Forum, Bhupen Kumar Borah, addressing the media on Friday, stated, “We could not make the CMP public as it was not ready. The draft is already complete but some modifications are to be made and some new points have to be included. Similarly, there will be some additions in the chargesheet against the BJP-led government. We promise to make public both the documents very soon.”
Asked about fielding candidates within the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, Borah added that the alliance had resolved to finish the misgovernance of the BJP-led authorities and guarantee one united candidate in every constituency towards the BJP to forestall vote division.
“Not all parties in the alliance will be contesting the elections. Akhil Gogoi’s Raijor Dal has announced that they will not contest in any seat. The interested parties have been advised to publicly announce their candidates for the Lok Sabha seats. The Congress will also announce candidates for all 14 seats, and the best candidate with the highest chance of winning will be selected as the common candidate, irrespective of their party affiliation,” Borah stated.
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