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UPPL gains momentum, welcomes over 2500 new members in Tamulpur

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KOKRAJHAR, Nov 28: The ruling United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) continues to surge in popularity across the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), with over 2500 people from various communities, political parties, and organisations joining the party at a grand event in Tamulpur.

The high-spirited joining ceremony witnessed the formal induction of 170 members from the NLFB, led by their leader B Bokho, and 150 former cadres of the NDFB (R). These significant additions to the party’s ranks underscore the growing support for UPPL’s vision of peace and development in BTR.

The event was graced by the presence of chief executive member (CEM) of BTR and UPPL president Pramod Boro, Assam cabinet minister Urkhao Gwra Brahma, deputy CEM Gabinda Chandra Basumatary, party general secretary Raju Kumar Narzary, BTR executive member Ranjit Basumatary, MLA Jolen Daimary, and senior party leaders.

In his address, CEM Boro expressed gratitude for the overwhelming support and trust reposed in UPPL by the people of BTR. He emphasised that the party’s commitment to peace, equality, justice, and prosperity for all has resonated with the diverse communities across the region.

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“Today’s joining program is a testament to the unwavering faith people have in UPPL’s people-centric development agenda,” Boro stated. “We are committed to working towards an inclusive and prosperous BTR for all.”

The mass joining program in Tamulpur marks a significant milestone in UPPL’s journey to strengthen its roots and uphold its vision for BTR’s holistic development. The party’s growing popularity and expanding membership base reflect the people’s aspirations for a peaceful and progressive future in the region.

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