"Genuine Hindu Indian voters are being harassed by the
authority in the name of compilation of "D" voters list and we
demand that their names should not be in such list," party's
state unit President Ranjit Dutta told reporters here.
Stating there was no division among the party after
its recent assembly poll debacle, Dutta said national
president Nitin Gadkari during his visit yesterday had urged
the party men to stay united and fight against corruption.
On the recurring flood problem, Dutta said "We urge
the Centre to recognise flood as a national problem and tackle
Guwahati: The Assam unit of the BJP on Sunday
demanded that names of Hindus who were Indians should be
deleted from "D" (doubtful) voters list.
First Published: Sunday, August 07, 2011, 22:36