Ex-CJI Ranjan Gogoi might be BJP's CM applicant in Assam: Tarun Gogoi
Former Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi, who headed seats that articulated a few key decisions remembering for the Ayodhya land contest case, may be the BJP's boss pastoral up-and-comer in Assam in the Assembly political decision one year from now, veteran Congress pioneer Tarun Gogoi has asserted.
The BJP, notwithstanding, denied the previous three-time state boss clergyman's affirmation on Ranjan Gogoi who was selected as a Rajya Sabha part by the administration in March.
In the event that the previous CJI could go to the Rajya Sabha, he may likewise consent to be the following boss ecclesiastical competitor of the BJP in Assam, said Tarun Gogoi.
"I have gotten notification from a few sources that Ranjan Gogoi's name is there in the rundown of BJP contender for the central priest's post. I presume that he may be anticipated as the following conceivable boss pastoral applicant," he said.
Ranjan Gogoi, who is the child of previous Assam CM Kesab Chandra Gogoi, could have handily become the executive of the Human Rights Commission or different rights bodies, however he acknowledged the Rajya Sabha enrollment as "he has political desire", the Congress head asserted.
"The BJP was content with Ranjan Gogoi for the Ayodhya land question case judgment. It won't be amazing in the event that he consents to be the following CM possibility for the BJP, Tarun Gogoi said on Saturday.
Gogoi headed a seat which conveyed the decision in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case that gave Hindus the 2.77 section of land contested land for development of Ram Temple and coordinated that Muslims be given a 5-section of land at a "conspicuous area" to construct a mosque in the city.
The BJP, be that as it may, said that what the 85-year-old Congress pioneer said isn't accurate.
"Individuals express numerous insignificant things when they become old. There is no reality in the thing Tarun Gogoi said about the previous CJI turning into the BJPs boss clerical competitor," the saffron party state unit president Ranjeet Kumar Dass said.
Tarun Gogoi additionally said that he won't be the boss ecclesiastical applicant of the Congress.
"I will challenge the decisions yet I won't be the boss clerical applicant. There are a few qualified competitors in the gathering for that. I must be a directing power or go about as a counselor," he said.
A typical competitor can likewise be anticipated from the proposed 'amazing partnership' including the Congress, the AIUDF, the Left and other similarly invested ideological groups, he said.