Guwahati: The campaigning for the first phase of assembly elections in Assam is underway in full-swing, with top leaders from prominent political parties addressing series of rallies to woo the voters.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing a rally in Rangapara in Sonitpur district of Assam yesterday, came down heavily on the Congress regime in the state and alleged that the ruling party had betrayed the people and their aspirations in the last 15 years.
Prime Minister Modi said that there is a strong wind of change in Assam which will uproot the Congress and its 15 years of misrule.
BJP president Amit Shah is scheduled to address public rallies today. Shah will hold public meetings at Dhakuakhana, Nauboicha, Sootea and Dhekiajuli.
Adequate security arrangements have been made across the state to avoid occurrence of any untoward incident.
The Election Commission has announced two-phase polling for the 14th Assam assembly elections on April 4 and 11. The votes will be counted on May 19. (ANI)