BJP trying to impose President's rule, says Assam chief minister

BJP trying to impose President's rule, says Assam chief minister

On a day when BJP in Assam rocked Guwahati with street protests against the Assam Legislative assembly Speaker’s decision to suspend 12 MLAs for the entire winter session, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday brought serious accused BJP of trying to impose president’s rule.

Gogoi said that BJP did not want to contest polls; its singular idea is to come to power with help of president’s rule and the saffron party is creating law and order problems and  communal tensions and warned people of Assam that BJP might lobby with Jihadi  and extremist elements.

Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi while addressing a press conference in Guwahati on the sidelines of the third day of winter session of Assam assembly said: “The BJP has promised a lot to the people of Assam and to the country. They said they will bring “acche din” by generating employment, controlling price of essential commodities. They said they would bring back black money, deport the foreigners from Assam from17th May. People of Assam and rest of

India also voted believing their fake promises. But now, that they have failed to fulfil all of the promises, they wants to create a law and order situation so that they can stop Congress. They want to impose President Rule and for that they will create communal riots”
“The BJP is encouraging the extremist groups in the state. They are insisting the jihadis. They have inducted Himanta Biswa Sharma to do this. They have appointed such a governor who talks about deportation of Muslims from the country,” Gogoi further said.

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