On November 16, BTR Chief Hagrama Mohilary met RSS leader Indresh Kumar in Nagpur and sought his blessings by touching his feet.
A new political era was recently witnessed when BTR Chief Hagrama Mohilary met RSS leader Indresh Kumar. The BTR leader was also seen touching his feet and asking for his blessings.
The mention of Hagrama and the BJP’s National Organizing Secretary came out of nowhere. Hagrama took hold of the RSS leader’s feet and prayed after meeting him.
The former BTR head was forced to adhere the meetings with various BJP leaders by top RSS officials. Although it may appear surprising, Hagrama is currently seeking safeguards from the BJP and RSS. There have been rumours that the BPF leader will soon join the BJP. It is a significant turning point in Hagrama’s support for the BJP and RSS parties.
As per reports, Assam BJP president Bhavesh Kalita stated unequivocally yesterday that the BJP is only affiliated with the UPPL and not with the BPF party. Hagrama has several reasons for wanting to run for the Lok Sabha seat of Kokrajhar in coalition with the BJP.
In 2021, BPF President Hagrama Mohilary announced his alliance with the Congress-led coalition just days before the State’s elections next month.
The Bodoland Peoples’ Front (BPF) announced a break with the ruling BJP party and a new alliance with the opposition front.
Taking to Twitter, Hagrama Mohilary said, “To work for Peace, Unity and Development the Bodoland People’s Front (BPF) has decided to join hands with MAHAJATH in the forthcoming Assam Assembly Election. We shall no longer maintain friendship or alliance with BJP.”
To work for Peace, Unity and Development the Bodoland People’s Front (BPF) has decided to join hands with MAHAJATH in the forthcoming Assam Assembly Election. We shall no longer maintain friendship or alliance with BJP.
— Hagrama Mohilary (@HagramaOnline) February 27, 2021
But in January 2022, The Hagrama Mohilary-led Bodoland People’s Front (BPF), which broke away from the Congress-led Mahajot (Grand Alliance), has expressed interest in resuming ties with Assam’s ruling BJP.
It should be noted that the BPF, which was an ally in the BJP-led government in Assam from 2016 to 2021, cut ties with the BJP ahead of the Assembly elections in 2021 in order to join the Congress-led grand alliance.
On the other hand, The BTC was formed in 2003 as a result of tripartite peace talks between the Centre, the state, and the then-current BLT leaders (now defunct), and the first council election was held in 2005. The fourth is scheduled for March-April 2020.
Mohilary was elected Chief of the Executive Committee of the Bodoland Territorial Council, which also includes thirteen other executive members. Mohilary is currently the chairperson of the Bodoland People’s Front, and he has been the head of the Bodoland Territorial Council since its inception in 2003.