Assam and northeast placed ahead under PM Modi’s leadership: Amit Shah | India News – Times of India


GUWAHATI: Union home minister Amit Shah on Saturday said that Assam and the northeastern region have been ahead in terms of peace and development over the last eight years of BJP rule. Shah was speaking at the inauguration of a new party office in Guwahati.
Shah said that 70 years of Congress rule since independence had brought violence and anarchy in the northeast, while under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership of eight years brought the region in mainstream.
He said that the BJP government has established peace in Assam, which saw 9,000 people laying down arms.
The minister also said that PM Modi, through the budget for the northeast, has promoted infrastructural developments in all sectors.
“BJP offices are not buildings of brick and mortar alone but reflect the dedication, emotion, commitment and hard work of party workers”, the senior BJP leader also said at the inauguration of the party office.
Earlier, Shah along with BJP president J P Nadda inaugurated the party’s new headquarters in the presence of Union minister Sarbananda Sonowal, CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, state party head Bhabesh Kalita, Tripura CM Manik Saha and others.
The leaders then went through all floors of the six-storeyed building named after former prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee.
Nadda also virtually laid the foundation stones of nine district party offices while Shah pressed the remote to do the same for 102 BJP regional offices in the state.
(With agency inputs)

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