The campaign for the ensuing municipal board election of Pathsala municipality board election of Bajali district is gaining momentum.

The contesting candidates were seen busy in visiting door-to-door to woo the voters. The election of the main township of the newly-declared Bajali district is expected to be a very interesting one.

A 23-year-old journalist named Nirmal Roy has drawn the attention of the people this time by contesting as an independent candidate in ward no-6 of Pathsala town in Lower Assam’s Bajali district.

Roy, the youngest candidate of Pathsala Municipality, is busy seeking votes after taking the blessings of the people.

“In the upcoming Pathsala municipality board election, I am contesting as an independent candidate from ward no- 6. I worked as an independent journalist, I have seen the problems in our area. So, I decided to contest this election to solve the problems of the people. I am only 23 but I decided to enter politics after our Chief Minister once said that every youngster should come to the political field,” Nirmal Roy said.

There are ten wards in the town where 12,958 voters, including 6,398 male and 6,560 female voters will exercise their franchises in the coming election to decide the fate of 25 contesting candidates. There will be 16 polling stations in the ensuing election.

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