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Apr 13, 2019

Campaigning reaches its peak for second phase of polls in Assam

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In Assam, campaigning has reached its peak for the second phase of polls. Five seats- Nagaon, Mangaldoi, Autonomous District, Silchar and Karimganj will be covered in this phase. 50 candidates are in the fray. 

Citizenship Amendment Bill, development measures and employment are some of the issues that dominated the poll campaigns in this phase. Senior BJP leader and Chief Minister Sarbanand Sonowal, NEDA Chairman Himanta Biswa Sarma and state BJP President Ranjeet Kumar Dass are making all efforts to woo the voters. 

Former Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, state Congress President Ripun Bora and former minister Rockybul Hussein are campaigning for the Congress candidates. Apart from them, AIUDF, Asom Gana Parishad, Bodoland People’s Front, UPPL   CPI-M and independent candidates are also holding rallies.   

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