JORHAT, Aug 13: Atul Bora, the president of Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and the minister for agriculture and various other departments in Assam, has urged party workers and leaders to approach their tasks with renewed enthusiasm. The call was made during an extended executive meeting of the Jorhat district unit of AGP, held at the party’s office in Jorhat.
Bora emphasised the need for intensified efforts to connect with the grassroots level and advance the party’s policies and ideals in the backdrop of changing political dynamics. He highlighted the ongoing delimitation of parliamentary and Assembly constituencies by the Election Commission of India (ECI) as a significant factor influencing the state’s political landscape.
Commending the delimitation process for its goal of safeguarding the rights of ethnic communities in Assam, Bora expressed the party’s support for this initiative. He noted that AGP had successfully organised workers’ meetings at the Lok Sabha level in the 14 constituencies and was now focusing on strengthening organisational activities at the district and Assembly constituency levels.
Bora acknowledged the establishment of booth-level committees by Vidhan Parishads under the Jorhat district and conveyed his satisfaction regarding the progress made in this regard.
The meeting was attended by prominent figures including Keshab Mahanta, executive president of AGP and the minister for health and family welfare, along with other key leaders of AGP and its affiliated organisations.