Badruddin Ajmal’s AIUDF claims ‘5-6 BJP contestants’ in their touch to support Grand Alliance


The AIUDF on Tuesday claimed that “five-six BJP contestants” in the simply concluded Assam Assembly elections have contacted the celebration promising support to the Congress-led Grand Alliance of which Badruddin Ajmal’s outfit is a constituent. Karim Uddin Barbhuiya, one of many round 20 AIUDF candidates who had been flown to Jaipur final week due to concern of poaching by the saffron celebration, stated, “five-six BJP contestants have contacted me offering their support to the Grand Alliance”.

Asked who the BJP candidates had been, Barbhuiya, who’s All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) General Secretary stated, “the names cannot be disclosed now. You will know after May two (the day) the results are declared”. The BJP has rubbished the declare.

To one other question as to whether or not the saffron celebration candidates had been from the Barak or Brahmaputra valley, the AIUDF chief stated, “they are from all over Assam”. On being identified that the BJP contestants if victorious support the Grand Alliance will come below anti-defection regulation, the AIUDF nominee for Sonai constituency stated, “they will contest again”.

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  • About media experiences of 20 AIUDF contestants being packed off to Rajasthan a number of days in the past fearing horse-trading, Barbhuiya denied the experiences and claimed they’d gone there on “pleasure trip and to visit Ajmer Sharif Dargah for relaxing after hectic electioneering”. Saying he had returned to Assam Monday, the AIUDF chief knowledgeable the others would arrive in the state Wednesday.

    About 20 candidates of the Congress-led alliance in the Assam state polls had been flown to Jaipur Friday with the celebration claiming it feared “horse trading” by the BJP. They had been hosted at Hotel Fairmont on the outskirts of Jaipur. It is similar resort the place Rajasthan Congress MLAs had been lodged throughout a political disaster triggered by the revolt of celebration chief Sachin Pilot in opposition to chief minister Ashok Gehlot final 12 months.

    Meanwhile, on being contacted BJP Chief Spokesman Rupam Goswami strongly denied the AIUDF declare, asserting “none of our contestants have contacted the opposition party. Our’s is a disciplined party and its members do no contact other political parties without informing our party leadership”.

    “There is no question of contacting the AIUDF as our BJP will win the elections and form government in Assam again”, Goswami stated. The BJP’s chief spokesman mockingly stated, “this must be the first time in the history of the country that a political party is claiming contestants of other parties are contacting it even before the poll results are declared”. Elections to the 126-member Assam meeting was held in three phases between March 27 and April six and outcomes will come on May 2 together with different poll-bound states.




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