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Tejashwi, Kanhaiya focus on Bihar voters in Assam
Tejashwi, Kanhaiya focus on Bihar voters in Assam

New Delhi, March 28 (TIWN) In Assam, the Congress-led alliance is pitching leaders from Bihar to woo the migrant voters, who have a significant presence in more than two dozen Assembly constituencies.

Tejashwi Yadav, Leader of Opposition in the Bihar Assembly whose party is contesting on one seat, addressed three rallies on Saturday, which drew good crowds. He campaigned for Congress candidates — Sambhu Singh Mallah in Ratabari, Kamkhya Prasad Mala in Dholai, Mukesh Pandey in Lakhipur and Sashi Kanta Das in Raha. Tejashwi said: “People are fed up with the BJP’s double engine government in Assam. Our alliance is committed to progressive, inclusive, development and welfare oriented government in the state.”

Former JNU Student Union President Kanhaiya Kumar also drew large crowds during his rallies in the state, campaigning for the Congress-led alliance.

Seeing the crowds at the rallies, the Congress leaders say that this surely will pave the way for their government.

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