Bitcoin the end of money as we know it (2015)

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GUWAHATI: Senior BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday gave a clear indication that the Hagrama Mohilary-led Bodoland Peoples Front (BPF) will not be a part of the BJP-led coalition in 2021 assembly elections due early next year. “We will contest all 12 seats and BJP will win,” Himanta told the media during poll campaigning for the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) election on Sunday, when asked to comment on the opposition’s poll preparedness for the upcoming assembly polls. Himanta was apparently pointing towards contesting the 2021 assembly elections, as there are 12 seats in BTC areas, which are now renamed as Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR). His statement has come at a time when there were still some rays of hope for a BJP-BPF coalition. However, if the saffron party snaps all ties with BPF, it make make the task of Congress easier to rope in the latter into their proposed grand alliance. BPF supremo Hagrama too indicated that his party was no more interested to be a part of the BJP-led coalition in Assam. “Fortune will not favour Himanta to become chief minister. His party won’t even stay in Dispur after the assembly elections,” Hagrama reacted immediately, as Himanta ridiculed BPF that “plough” (BPF’s election symbol) will go to the museum after BTC elections. Campaigning for the BTC polls reached its peak with BJP heavyweights Himanta Biswa Sarma and party president Ranjeet Kumar Dass, along with BJP national general secretary Dilip Saikia, spearheading poll campaign against Hagrama Mohilary-led BJP in the BTC areas on Sunday. Himanta assured land rights to all indigenous families, who were residing in the area before the formation of BTC, will be ensured if BJP comes to power after the BTC elections. He promised quick land sale permission in the sixth schedule-protected BTC areas where non-Bodos have accused Hagrama of depriving them of land rights. “Soon after BJP came to power in Kokrajhar (BTC headquarters), land sale and buying permission will have to be given by the officials in 15 days. Ethnic landless people, who have been living here in BTC prior to its formation must get land pattas (land deeds),” Himanta said during a campaign meeting in Udalguri. He termed the upcoming BTC polls as the semifinal before the 2021 assembly elections, and appealed to voters to gear up for a change in the BTC that has been under BPF for three consecutive terms. Even as the BPF in alliance with the BJP in the state government, the relationship between the two parties got bitter after BJP decided to go solo in the council polls. The party has set a renewed target of 100 seats in the 2021 elections. BJP, along with its two key allies — AGP and BPF — crossed the 84-seat majority mark. GUWAHATI: Senior BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday gave a clear indication that the Hagrama Mohilary-led Bodoland Peoples Front (BPF) will not be a part of the BJP-led coalition in 2021 assembly elections due early next year. “We will contest all 12 seats and BJP will win,” Himanta told the media during poll campaigning for the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) election on Sunday, when asked to comment on the opposition’s poll preparedness for the upcoming assembly polls. Himanta was apparently pointing towards contesting the 2021 assembly elections, as there are 12 seats in BTC areas, which are now renamed as Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR). His statement has come at a time when there were still some rays of hope for a BJP-BPF coalition. However, if the saffron party snaps all ties with BPF, it make make the task of Congress easier to rope in the latter into their proposed grand alliance. BPF supremo Hagrama too indicated that his party was no more interested to be a part of the BJP-led coalition in Assam. “Fortune will not favour Himanta to become chief minister. His party won’t even stay in Dispur after the assembly elections,” Hagrama reacted immediately, as Himanta ridiculed BPF that “plough” (BPF’s election symbol) will go to the museum after BTC elections. Campaigning for the BTC polls reached its peak with BJP heavyweights Himanta Biswa Sarma and party president Ranjeet Kumar Dass, along with BJP national general secretary Dilip Saikia, spearheading poll campaign against Hagrama Mohilary-led BJP in the BTC areas on Sunday. Himanta assured land rights to all indigenous families, who were residing in the area before the formation of BTC, will be ensured if BJP comes to power after the BTC elections. He promised quick land sale permission in the sixth schedule-protected BTC areas where non-Bodos have accused Hagrama of depriving them of land rights. “Soon after BJP came to power in Kokrajhar (BTC headquarters), land sale and buying permission will have to be given by the officials in 15 days. Ethnic landless people, who have been living here in BTC prior to its formation must get land pattas (land deeds),” Himanta said during a campaign meeting in Udalguri. He termed the upcoming BTC polls as the semifinal before the 2021 assembly elections, and appealed to voters to gear up for a change in the BTC that has been under BPF for three consecutive terms. Even as the BPF in alliance with the BJP in the state government, the relationship between the two parties got bitter after BJP decided to go solo in the council polls. The party has set a renewed target of 100 seats in the 2021 elections. BJP, along with its two key allies — AGP and BPF — crossed the 84-seat majority mark.

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