Guwahati: Opposition Asom Gana Parishad on Sunday demanded resignation of Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi for making frequent foreign tours costing the state exchequer.
"The chief minister may justify saying that he visited the nations to get first hand information about the latest technology but he has wasting public money" AGP President Chandra Mohan Patowary told a press conference here.
"The chief minister has become an autocrat in his third term of office and thus we demand his resignation and a special session of the assembly", he said.
Even the land deal with Bangladesh was a failure and the deal with the ULFA leaders had not been successful.
The AGP has chalked up a programme to protest against the swap land deal with Banglasdesh in every district headquarters.