Nadda can reach Silchar within the Barak depression to require half in an exceedingly massive rally referred to as ‘Vijay Sankalpa Samabesh’ at the police parcel.
The Barak depression, that includes 3 districts, has been a conventional defence of the BJP for over 3 decades.
In 2016 assembly polls, the BJP had won eight of the fifteen seats in Barak depression whereas All Bharat United Democratic Front (AIUDF) had won five and Congress two. BJP is hoping to higher its tally this point.
He can pay the night in Guwahati and can leave for urban center on Tuesday when visiting Kamakhya Temple within the morning,” Dass expressed.
The BJP president won’t be holding any official talks with Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and therefore the United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL), the 2 regional parties with that it’s expected to enter into a pre-poll alliance.
AGP is already a part of the BJP-led ruling coalition in Assam whereas the UPPL, that is heading the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) when last month’s polls, is anticipated to switch Bodoland Peoples’ Party (BPF) as BJP’s new partner.
BJP performed well within the BTC polls winning 9 of the full forty seats. The party is a component of the ruling coalition in Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), that covers four districts in lower Assam. The saffron party additionally won the Tiwa Autonomous Council (TAC) polls last month, winning thirty five of the full thirty six seats.
“BL Santosh, UN agency can arrive before Nadda, can hold conferences with election sub-committees of the party coping with social media, declaration preparation, poll campaign etc. on Monday,” aforesaid Dass.
BJP, that has sixty seats within the 126-member assembly, is planning to convince a hundred seats this point, beside its pre-poll partners.
Opposition Congress is additionally in poll-mode with party in-charge for Assam, Jitendra Singh, reaching Guwahati on Jan eight as a part of a five-day visit. although the party had proclaimed formation of a grand alliance with AIUDF, it hasn’t materialized until date.