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Ranjit Deka, the Bhawanipur assembly candidate of AGP, is confident of victory and claimed he would get over 45000 votes.

Speaking to the Times of Northeast, Deka said that people in the constituency has shown faith in AGP and they believe that the party would work diligently for the development of the constituency.
It may be mentioned here that Deka in the last one month has visited over 1500 households in the constituency seeking votes.

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On the other hand, Kamal Kumar Medhi from Raijor Dall,  Phanidar Talukdar from AIUDF and Indipedent candidate Abul Kalam Azad to contest from Bhawanipur constituency.

Meanwhile, two time sitting MLA Abul Kalam Azad resently resigns from AIUDF party, after he was denied election ticket. Phanidhar Talukdar was provided tickets to contest from the constituency.

Abdul will contesting this Assam Assembly elections from the constituency as an independent candidate.He expressed his confidence that the people will support him despite his resigning from the party.

Meanwhile, the total votes in Bhawanipur constituency is 139, 928.

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