Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday reiterated his dedication to the event of Assam and the Northeast area.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday reiterated his dedication to the event of Assam and the Northeast whereas saying that the governments which dominated India for many years since Independence adopted a “step-motherly” strategy and uncared for the area.
Whereas addressing a large gathering after inaugurating and laying basis of a slew of initiatives price over Rs 3,300 crore, PM Modi mentioned, “Those that dominated for many years since Independence believed Dispur was too distant from Delhi. ‘Dilli ab door nahi aapke darwaaze par hai’ (Delhi shouldn’t be far now, it stands at the doorstep.”
The earlier governments adopted “step-motherly” strategy to Assam’s North Financial institution and uncared for connectivity, well being, schooling and business, he alleged.
PM Modi, who devoted to the nation three main initiatives within the petroleum sector, set forth the steps taken by the state authorities led by Sarbananda Sonowal and the centre over them previous few years, and mentioned they have been working collectively for a balanced progress of the area.
He mentioned he’ll go to Assam and different ballot sure states as many occasions as potential earlier than elections are introduced, probably in 1st weeek of March.
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