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BJP says Congress Govt. would be wiped out in upcoming Manipur polls

Imphal, Sun, 25 Dec 2011 ANI

Imphal, Dec 25 (ANI): The President of Bharatiya Janata Party's Manipur Unit, Shantikumar Sharma, has accused the ruling Congress Party of being unable to tackle the problems arising in the state, and said that the ruling party would be wiped out in the upcoming elections.


"The government without any fulfilled solution, no solution in all the respect, any blockade, any insurgency issue, any turmoil issue, no solution at all, without solution they have finished their terms," he told the media here.


Meanwhile, Manipur Power Minister Gaikhangam Gangmei has said that there is a possibility that some miscreants may try to disturb the election process but in the end people's power would prevail.


"I think the liking and the disliking of the people and the minds of the people cannot be swayed away by that violence, I think because that can be ... in the last many years. This time also, I think somebody will come up, some miscreants will be disturbing the election process and all," said Gangmei, who is also the President of Manipur Pradesh Congress Committee.


"I think that will not be much factor because ultimately the people's power will prevail," he added.


The Election Commission on Saturday announced a seven-phased poll in Uttar Pradesh between February 4 and 28, while assembly elections in Punjab, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa will be held in a single-phase.


Punjab and Uttarakhand will go to polls on January 30, while it will be held on January 28 in Manipur and on March 3 in Goa. The filing of nominations will begin on January 4 in Manipur


The counting of votes in all the five states will be held together on March 4. (ANI)


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