The UPPL had earlier announced its first list of two candidates - Gobinda Chandra Basumatary from Udalguri and Ratendra Daimary from Majbat.
Yadav and Kisan Sangharsh Samiti leader Sunilam met Gogoi at the Gauhati Medical College Hospital.
Raijor Dal also replaced the Dalgaon constituency candidate Omar Ali and instead gave ticket to Arab Ali to contest the polls from the same seat.
The document also said that the party will launch a universal health insurance scheme and formulate laws to protect the media and whistleblowers if voted to power.
Gogoi, president of Raijor Dal even offered not to contest the polls to unite the opposition against the BJP.
The party’s state unit chief Ranjit Dass believed that AA --activities and achievements -- would help the BJP retain power.
The AJP president Lurinjyoti Gogoi said the decision to come together was made to avoid the split of the votes of nationalists and people believing in regionalism.
Appealing to the people to vote for BJP, Shah said Assam has become ‘bullet-free and agitation free’ and the next BJP dispensation will make it ‘flood-free’, calling floods its biggest problem.
The grand alliance could feature the AJP, Raijor Dal, Autonomous State Demand Committee (ASDC), Gana Shakti, tribal councils etc.
Raijor Dal, floated in October last year by 70 organisations, lamented that unlike some co-accused facing similar charges and granted bail, the activist was continued to be incarcerated.
The Raijor Dal was floated in October last year by 70 organisations led by peasants’ organisation Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) of which Gogoi is a leader
“Raijor Dal”, which translates to “People’s Party”, was floated jointly by 70 organisations, led by peasants’ body 'Krishak Mukti Sangram Samitee' of which jailed RTI activist Akhil Gogoi is a leader.