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Discontent against CEM Tuliram Ronghang of KAAC growing: WKADCC president

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DONGKAMUKAM, Dec 28: The Indian National Congress (INC), the oldest political party in India, on Wednesday celebrated its 138th foundation day.

Joining the nation, the West Karbi Anglong District Congress Committee (WKADCC) also celebrated the day at the district party office at Dongkamukam.

Attending the programme, the general secretary of APCC and former MLA Roselina Tirkey recalled the contributions of the founding Congress leaders who fought against the British.

She said that during the Congress government there was peace and harmony in the country as there was no discrimination in the name of caste, creed or religion.

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“But now with BJP coming to power the country has been facing various problems. Hatred among people on caste and religious lines is rampant. Common people are facing tax burdens and prices of various essential commodities have been rising,” Tirkey said.

The APCC general secretary, who is also in-charge of the WKADCC, urged the party supporters to uproot the saffron force from the country in the next election.

The president of WKADCC, Sing Teron urged the party workers to start preparing for the upcoming Parliamentary election in the country.

He said, “People of Bithung Rengthama, the home constituency of Chief Executive Member (CEM), of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) Tuliram Ronghang are fed up with him for not paying contract bills. The ongoing protests and the growing discontent against the Member of Autonomous Council (MAC) of Bithung Rengthama and CEM of KAAC is a green signal from the people of the constituency. They too want a change of administration at KAAC.”

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Teron further spoke about the protest organised by the public on Tuesday at Taradubi.

The foundation day celebration was also attended by general secretary, WKADCC, Honsing Enghee; senior Congress leader, Augustine Enghee and other leaders of the party.

Earlier the president, WKADCC, Teron hoisted the party flag followed by paying homage to departed party leaders. As part of the celebration fruits were distributed to patients of Dongkamukam 30 bedded hospital.



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