Breaking news

Minorities Are Again Returning To Asom Gana Parishad, Know Its Causes

Minorities Are Again Returning To Asom Gana Parishad, Know Its Causes
Minorities Are Again Returning To Asom Gana Parishad, Know Its Causes
For the past few days, I have realized that the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) is again increasing its influence in the minority-dominated areas of the state. Minority voters are leaving Congress and AIUDF and returning to AGP. The problem with the minorities is that they are not getting the full benefits of the various schemes of the state government due to their association with the Congress and the AIUDF.

He has trouble going with the BJP or it would be more correct to say that his entry into the BJP is not that easy. So the AGP is the only party where there is room for them. Secondly, the AGP is a constituent party of the state government.

Not only this, Hindu candidates with the support of minority voters were successful in winning from minority-dominated Batadrwa and Samaguri assembly constituencies. The minority-dominated United Minority Front of Assam got only two seats.

Fight for survival of minorities

According to Atul Bora, president of the Asom Gana Parishad, the character of the AGP has been that of a secular political party since its inception. But in 2005, the Supreme Court struck down the IMDT Act of 1983 to identify suspicious citizens in Assam. After this, AIUDF was formed under the leadership of Maulana Badruddin in the name of saving the existence of minorities.

After that the trend of minorities shifted to AIUDF, as it was told that there was a conspiracy to drive them out of Assam, due to which it got 10 seats in the 2006 assembly elections, 18 in the 2011 Vis elections and 2021. Got 15 seats in the Vis election. But now I feel cheated. Ajmal and Congress kept using them as vote bank, their basic problems could not be solved. While in BJP, the image of AGP has been that of a secular party.

The recent large numbers of minority leaders and activists who have contributed to the AGP in Kaliabar and Roha in Nagaon district are a clear indication that minority voters want to remain with the party in power. AGP President Atul Bora reiterated that AGP is a party of the people and is involved in the state government as Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Vishwasharma wants development for all. Therefore the Indian minorities should leave the Congress and AIUDF and join the AGP as before. Only AGP can protect their interests.

in the same manner Keshav Mahanta, working president of AGP says-

A large number of Zilla Parishad members and members of zonal panchayats are joining the AGP along with their supporters in minority-dominated assembly constituencies. The large participation of minorities in the AGP rally is a sign of a big change in the politics of the state. If this continues, it will be difficult for the Congress to save Nagaon and Kaliabar seats.

Disclaimer (Disclaimer): These are personal views of the author. Amar Ujala is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness of the information and facts contained in the article. give us your thoughts [email protected] can send on Attach a brief introduction and photo with the article.

Expansion

For the past few days, I have realized that the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) is again increasing its influence in the minority-dominated areas of the state. Minority voters are leaving Congress and AIUDF and returning to AGP. The problem with the minorities is that they are not getting the full benefits of the various schemes of the state government due to their association with the Congress and the AIUDF.

He has trouble going with the BJP or it would be more correct to say that his entry into the BJP is not that easy. So the AGP is the only party where there is room for them. Secondly, the AGP is a constituent party of the state government.

The AGP has had an impact on minorities in the past as well. In the 1996 elections to the Assam Legislative Assembly, eight minority MLAs were elected on AGP ticket and two of them, Sahabuddin Alam Chowdhury and Abdul Rauf Mahanta, also became ministers in the cabinet.


Not only this, Hindu candidates with the support of minority voters were successful in winning from minority-dominated Batadrwa and Samaguri assembly constituencies. The minority-dominated United Minority Front of Assam got only two seats.

Fight for survival of minorities

According to Atul Bora, president of the Asom Gana Parishad, the character of the AGP has been that of a secular political party since its inception. But in 2005, the Supreme Court struck down the IMDT Act of 1983 to identify suspicious citizens in Assam. After this, AIUDF was formed under the leadership of Maulana Badruddin in the name of saving the existence of minorities.

After that the trend of minorities shifted to AIUDF, as it was told that there was a conspiracy to drive them out of Assam, due to which it got 10 seats in the 2006 assembly elections, 18 in the 2011 Vis elections and 2021. Got 15 seats in the Vis election. But now I feel cheated. Ajmal and Congress kept using them as vote bank, their basic problems could not be solved. While in BJP, the image of AGP has been that of a secular party.

The recent large numbers of minority leaders and activists who have contributed to the AGP in Kaliabar and Roha in Nagaon district are a clear indication that minority voters want to remain with the party in power. AGP President Atul Bora reiterated that AGP is a party of the people and is involved in the state government as Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Vishwasharma wants development for all. Therefore the Indian minorities should leave the Congress and AIUDF and join the AGP as before. Only AGP can protect their interests.

in the same manner Keshav Mahanta, working president of AGP says-

The AGP is the oldest regional party in the state active in today’s politics. When the AGP was formed, there was fear among the minorities. But their fears dissipated after the formation of the first AGP government. When it was formed for the second time in 1996, 8 minorities became MLAs. Two of them also became ministers. With time, politics also changed and minority vote banks got divided. They fell victim to the mischief of Congress and AIUDF. Minorities were never persecuted during the days of the AGP government.


A large number of Zilla Parishad members and members of zonal panchayats are joining the AGP along with their supporters in minority-dominated assembly constituencies. The large participation of minorities in the AGP rally is a sign of a big change in the politics of the state. If this continues, it will be difficult for the Congress to save Nagaon and Kaliabar seats.

Disclaimer (Disclaimer): These are personal views of the author. Amar Ujala is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness of the information and facts contained in the article. give us your thoughts [email protected] can send on Attach a brief introduction and photo with the article.

The article is in Hindi

Tags: Minorities Returning Asom Gana Parishad

PREV Uttar Pradesh A huge fire broke out in a shop in UP woman dies after burning
NEXT Car Belonging To Devotees From Maharashtra Fell Into A Ravine On The Rishikesh Badrinath Marg Devotee From Palghar Manor