Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Thursday slammed the Congress, claiming that it is a family-centric party, the agenda of which is set in the ‘dining room of one family’.

He also claimed that for a Congress member, sharing a table with Sonia Gandhi or Rahul Gandhi was ‘unimaginable’.

The BJP, on the

other hand, is a democratic party, formed by its workers, Sarma asserted.

Speaking at the inauguration of a party office at Chakchaka in Barpeta district, Sarma said, “The BJP is a democratic party, formed by its workers. But if you look at Congress or other parties, these are not formed by workers, but are centred around their leaders and families.
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