Congress legislator from Mariani Rupjyoti Kurmi is in the headlines once again. Kurmi has again opposed the Congress and All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) alliance. Talking to media persons, Kurmi said, “I have been opposing the alliance with AIUDF. I fully oppose the alliance.”Kurmi however stated that he is in favour of a grand alliance to bring regional and left parties under the same umbrella. Kurmi also claimed that the Congress will alone win 40-45 seats in the 2021 state assembly elections.
It may be mentioned that Kurmi had strongly opposed the pre-poll alliance between the Congress and AIUDF a few days ago. The firebrand leader also criticized both former chief minister of Assam Tarun Gogoi and Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Ripun Bora saying they does not have self confidence.
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Kurmi stated that after talking to all the core committee members it has come to the fore that it was not a unanimous decision to forge an alliance with Badruddin Ajmal led AIUDF. Kurmi said that he would keep opposing the Congress-AIUDF alliance.
Kurmi added that he is in favour of forging an alliance with the political party if formed by the All Assam Students’ Union and other regional parties. He also demanded that the Congress should give importance to the representation of the indigenous communities of Assam.
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