Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Monday said that BJP government at centre has tried to destabilise his government before elections were announced.
“They wanted to topple me through Himanta Biswa before election by spending thousand & hundreds of crores,” said the Assam Chief Minister on his interaction with media during his campaign.
The Chief Minister who is contesting from Titabar seat for the upcoming polls said that BJP has been trying to topple his Government in Assam,
“I am making a serious allegation,” he said.
Gogoi also took on Prime Minister Modi and said ‘Modi wants to be dictator. He wants to rule all states. We will not allow it to happen in Assam.’
On Saturday Prime Minister toured in poll bound Assam and criticised the ruling congress for not doing enough for the state.
“I respect Tarun Gogoi, he is respectable man, very senior. I have no fight with Gogoi, my fight is with poverty in Assam,” he said.
The Assam Chief Mister countered the remarks of BJP that it has the advantage of the anti incumbency of the ruling congress to emerge victorious in the upcoming polls.
“I agree that there is something called anti incumbency, but who is alternative here,” said the CM
With few days left for the first phase of polls, the national party’s have launched their campaign stars.
After BJP chief Amit Shah and PM Narendra Modi started their attack on ruling congress, it will be Congress Vice Presidnet Rahul Gandhi’s turn to defend the Gogoi government and seek votes tomorrow.
Assam’s first phase of polling is scheduled on April 4.