Vice-Chair Assam accuses attack on BJP district office

Vice-Chair Assam accuses attack on BJP district office

Numal Momin, Vice-Chairman of the Assam Legislative Assembly, accused the attack on Sarupathar’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) office on Sunday.

The vice-chairman visited the scene and strongly condemned the case.

“If anyone threatens the supporters of the Salpasar Council, we will spare him. He is both a BJP supporter and a parliamentary supporter. We are strong against those who try to disturb the peaceful environment. Take action, “said Numar Momin.

He also said that “Gunda Raj” would not be allowed in the state and would take strong action against the perpetrators.

The incident was revealed on Saturday night when the BJP’s Sarupathar Mondal Office was set on fire under a member of the Bokajan Parliament in the Karbi Anglong district of Assam.

The attack will take place shortly before the election and will reach the 26 seats of the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council, scheduled for June 8.