Former Assam minister Chandan Brahma officially joins UPPL

Former Assam minister Chandan Brahma officially joins UPPL

Chandan Brahma, former Assam minister and BPF Vice President, officially joins UPPL, marking a significant shift in Chirang's political landscape. His move, supported by thousands, reveals internal conflicts within BPF and potential shifts in regional politics.

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  • Chandan Brahma, former Assam minister, officially joins UPPL
  • Brahma's move indicates internal conflicts within BPF
  • The shift marks significant changes in Chirang's political scene

Former minister and Vice President of the Bodoland Peoples Front (BPF), Chandan Brahma, has officially joined the United People's Party Liberal (UPPL) today. The formal joining ceremony took place at Kajalgaon in Chirang, marking a pivotal moment in Brahma's political journey.

This decision comes after Brahma's recent communication to the BPF president, dated April 10, where he expressed his resignation from the party. Originally planned for April 8, Brahma's official entry into UPPL was delayed until today, as confirmed by BPF leaders at Chapaguri in Chirang.

Brahma's transition is backed by a substantial following of 4 to 5 thousand supporters. His move underscores shifts in Chirang's political landscape, highlighting internal rifts within BPF and signaling potential realignments in regional politics.

Edited By: sanchayaita roy
Published On: Apr 12, 2024