Published On : Wed, Feb 11th, 2015

Aam Admi Party all set venture to Assam


While lauding the clean-sweep victory for Aam Admi Party in Delhi, the Commander­-in-­Chief of ULFA (Independent) Paresh Barua allegedly termed the AAP victory as the mandate for establishment of true democracy in the country.

With this the Aam Admi Party (AAP) will certainly venture out to Assam in 2016 Assembly Elections. They will be focussing on building up the AAP’s organization in Assam over the next six months, said senior AAP leader in Assam Manorom Gogoi on February 11, 2015.

While addressing the media personnel, Gogoi said that AAP has started developing an Assam ­Specific Model for building the organization and for providing scientific and realistic solutions to the pressing problems and issues of Assam. These problems include floods, illegal immigration, unemployment and insurgency. He added that an expert panel had already been formed for this purpose. These experts are working on formulating a ­Specific Model and for redressing the pressing problems and issues. Sources claimed that more experts would be included in the panel sooner.

Gogoi described the massive and clean-sweep victory of AAP in Delhi as a historic win for the common man. He also exuded confidence that AAP would be able to repeat it in 2016 Assembly Elections in Assam. The mandate in Delhi Assembly Polls showed that people have rejected both the Congress party and the Bharatiya Janata Party and have voted for an alternative politics of honesty, transparency-politics which is free from corruption and religious fundamentalism.

He claimed that the AAP will provide this viable alternative politics in Assam and will emerge as the alternative force in the state. Gogoi admitted that at the moment, the AAP’s organizational base in Assam is still very weak.

While answering to another query, Gogoi said that Central AAP leaders including Arvind Kejriwal would soon be visiting Assam to help strengthen the party in the state.

Paresh Baruah claimed that hope for resolution of armed conflict has brightened

The self styled Commander­-in-­Chief of the insurgent United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA Independent) Paresh Barua described the mandate of the people of Delhi for AAP as the mandate for the establishment of true democracy. He added that the mandate has brightened up the hope for resolution of the very long drawn armed conflicts in Assam, Manipur and Nagaland.

The Aam Admi Party’s victory in Delhi Assembly Elections displayed that the people of Delhi have voted for establishment of true democracy in India. If true democracy is established in India, then one can hope for resolutions of the India­Assam, India-­Manipur and India­-Nagaland armed conflicts since true democracy provides a scope for dialogue to end conflicts, while speaking to some sections of media.