Assembly elections are scheduled for next year in Assam (Assam) and preparations have already begun for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). To enjoy the tea tribe community, the BJP has promised elections to create a huge structure of education in the area adjacent to the tea garden. At a meeting of the Tea Tribe Community Unit in Jorhat, state cabinet minister Himanta Bishwa Sarma said it was time for the people of the tribe to be proud to be residents of Assam.
Himanta Bishwa Sarma said, ‘We are going to start the construction work of 119 high school buildings in the tea garden area from November 1 and 2. This was the long standing demand of this tribe and we will meet it. Each school will cost around Rs 1.5 crore. The state government will spend Rs 300 crore on the project. We want to make the tea tribe stronger.
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The Assam government has also decided that students coming from the tea garden area will get ten per cent reservation in government colleges in the state. Himanta Bishwa Sarma said, “It is sad to see that even after 0 years of independence, there are no roads, no high schools in the area around the tea garden. Women do not have bank accounts. Accounts of seven lakh tea garden workers have now been opened under the Jan Dhan Yojana.
In Assam, the BJP will face a tough challenge, with the two left parties joining hands with the Congress for the Assembly elections.
Let us know that elections for the 126-member Assam Assembly may be held in March-April next year. No party got a clear majority in the 2011 elections. At present, the BJP has 600 MLAs. The BJP formed the government with the support of 14 MLAs from the Assam People’s Assembly (AGP) and 12 MLAs from the Bodoland People’s Front (BPF). Independent MLAs have also supported the BJP. At the same time, Congress has 23 MLAs and AIUDF has 14 MLAs.
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