Assam Congress set to contest in 14 LS constituencies for 2024, Bhupen Borah submits comprehensive list

Assam Congress set to contest in 14 LS constituencies for 2024, Bhupen Borah submits comprehensive list

In a move gearing up for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, Assam Pradesh Congress Committee President Bhupen Borah November 10 submitted a comprehensive list of preferred constituencies to the party high command in Delhi. This strategic plan outlines the Congress party's approach to securing electoral success in the upcoming polls. Assam congress is set to contest in in 14 Lok Sabha constituencies for 2024 elections. 

Speaking to reporters Borah spoke about the  party's readiness to contest specific seats, stating the careful consideration behind each choice. "We believe these constituencies provide us with an excellent opportunity to garner strong support and secure victory in the 2024 elections," Borah stated.

What sets this approach apart is the commitment to inclusivity. After December 3, Congress party workers will have the opportunity to voice their opinions on the selected constituencies. This democratic process aims to ensure that the party's dedicated members actively contribute to the decision-making process.

Lashing out at the BJP, Borah criticized the party's approach in Delhi, stating, "The BJP seems to be more interested in making noise than actually working. Actions speak louder than words, and it's time they demonstrate their commitment through tangible results."

Highlighting the unity within the party, Borah mentioned the successful formation of the INDIA Alliance in Assam, comprising the Congress and several regional parties. The alliance materialized during the AICC CWC meeting, receiving praise from senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge.

"I am not in a position to comment on specific details, but during the meeting, I provided input on the constituencies where we believe Congress should field its candidates," Borah explained. "The President of the Indian National Congress commended our actions, acknowledging that it mirrored the party's strategic thinking."