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AGP releases first candidate list for Assam polls

Among the 25 contestants are former two-time chief minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta and ex-minister Brindaban Goswami, Bora said.

By: PTI | Guwahati | Updated: March 10, 2016 5:20 pm
Guwahati : Atul Bora, President of Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) addressing a press conference, at AGP party head office in Guwahati on Sunday.PTI Photo (PTI3_6_2016_000139B) Guwahati : Atul Bora, President of Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) addressing a press conference, at AGP party head office in Guwahati on Sunday. PTI Photo

Asom Gana Parishad, BJP’s Assam Assembly election ally, announced on Thursday the first list of its 25 candidates, including the names of former chief minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, former ministers and its president Atul Bora.

The regional party will also be announcing shortly the names of other candidates in those constituencies where it will have friendly contests with the BJP, AGP president Atul Bora told reporters in Guwahati.

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Among the 25 contestants are former two-time chief minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta (Barhampur), ex-ministers Brindaban Goswami (Tezpur), Renupama Rajkhowa (Teok), Pradeep Hazarika (Amguri), Pabindra Deka (Patacharkuchi), Dr Kamala Kanta Kalita (Chaygaon), Ramendra Narayan Kalita (Guwahati West), Bora said.

The others in the list include sitting MLAs Binod Gowala (Sarupathar), Utpal Dutta (Lakhimpur), Prabin Hazarika (Bwiswanath), Phani Bhusan Choudhury (Bongaigaon), Bhupen Rai (Abhayapuri-North), Mukundaram Choudhury (Kalaigaon), Kesab Mahanta (Kaliabor).

Besides party president Atul Bora (Bokakhat), the others are Bhabendra Nath Bharali (Dergaon-SC), Naren Sonowal (Naharkatia), Dr Ali Azam Sheikh (Bilasipara-East), Rabin Banikya (Abhayapuri-South), Gunindra Nath Das (Barpeta), Jyotiprasad Das (Boko-SC), Satyabrata Kalita (Kamalpur), Habibur Rahman (Dalgaon), Ranjit Deka (Lahorighat) and Ziauddin Ahmed (Jamunamukh).

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