Aruunachal By Polls- Campaign ends, Congress takes out rally at Seijusa

 

Seijusa ( Pakke Kesang )

Campaign for by polls for two assembly seats in Arunachal pradesh ended on Monday. Congress took out a massive rally at Seijusa in pakke kesang constituency  in support of it’s candidate and former deputy chief minister Kameng Dolo.

While addressing a Congress rally here at Seijosa today APCC president Takam Sanjaoy alleged that Both the govt in Assam and Aruanchal Wants  that the people residing along the border always fight among themselves. Both in Assam and Arunachal, there is BJP Govt, they should work together to resolve the border problem

Condemning the non response on the eviction drive at Dullumukh by Assam forest and police officers, he question that when both the state has same govt why not bring solution.

On Kameng Dolo Nativity issue, he said that ” there  is no question of the Kameng Dolo’s nativity of the Seijusa, which was raised by the BJP during their election campaign. He said that as per the Constitution any India Citizen fight the election from anywhere in India. Kameng Dolo is from East Kamng district but have been staying in the Seijusa for years together.

Congress candidate Kameng Dolo, lambasted  several allegations  and said that the Money culture is going on by ruling ruling party to support their candidate which need to investigated by the election observers as well.

He appeal the voter to cast in favour of congress party, by viewing his dedicated service and long term in political experience in serving the area and state. He promises for all round development of the constituency.

Former Minister Bida Taku, East Kameng DCC President Sipi Bagang, APCC General Secretary Haying Mangfi, Seijusa ASM Chairperson Renu Kino, Senior leader Aka Tok, Taram Nyari among other also address the gathering.

Later a motor vehicle rally was carried out by the congress workers and well wishers which started from Seijusa Checkpost to Goloso.

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