ITANAGAR, FEB 5 : The former Minister and congress leader Takam Pario on Monday has announced to contest the upcoming assembly election from 18- Palin-Chambang assembly constituency in Kra Daadi district. I will contest form congress and I am a single contender in congress to seek party ticket not like the BJP where four candidates are seeking ticket.
Addressing a public function on the sideline of a private function at Richi-Jullang village in capital complex, the former minister informed that with a nary margin I lost the last assembly election in 2019 with BJP. I never criticize any previous leader like of Takam Sanjoy and sitting MLA Balo Raja about their works and they may have done the works in their own way But I did lots of works which was brought to my knowledge by the general public and are still fresh in everyone mind. He said.
Today was a special occasion and I have listen to thousands of people of 18- Palin-Chambang assembly constituency and find that they are still waiting for me to clear mention of my future course of action and today I have announced and declare that I will contest and seek mandate of the masses. He said.
Whole day the well-wishers , party leaders and family members and representatives from various villages, circles of Palin, Chambang, Yangte, Gangte and Tarak Langdi have reached here to listen to me and various speakers and it was their request and suggestion and I will honour and let not them disappoint and I do have decided to contest form congress party and hope that the voters of the 18th assembly constituency will re-elect me of my sincere and dedicated services rendered to the public. He added.
Policy and programme is being done so as to reach out to all the people of assembly constituency and necessary activities for campaigning and other began.
He thinks the several leaders of congress, PRI Leaders, will wishers, family members, supporters and other who make themselves to be part on the occasion.
Former MP Takam Sanjoy, Kra Daadi district congress president Byabang Jagat, APYC President Tarh Johny, APCC General secretary Bem Maching and several others speakers address the public meeting.