DHEKIAJULI: Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma appealed to all the organizations of the state to acknowledge the traditional culture of Assam so that unity in diversity prevails in the state. The Chief Minister said this in his speech as the chief guest at the All Assam Kalwar Samaj’s fourth central convocation on the concluding day today.
Participating at the closing day function, the Chief Minister urged all organizations to start their functions in the state with a Rabha and a Jyoti Sangeet. Thousands of BJP supporters, BJP workers, BJP leaders across India, and the general public attended the meeting. The CM said that before 2014, nobody believed that the Ram Temple at Ayodhya would be built at Ram Janmabhumi, but Prime Minister Modiji fulfilled the dream of the Indian people.
He said that once Assam was a disturbed area, outside people feared coming in for trade or other purposes. But today, with the positive initiatives of Modiji and himself, the ULFA came to the negotiation table, and there was a peach agreement with the ULFA recently, he said. Now, people of all castes and creeds have good faith in Modi and the BJP. The construction of Ram Temple has fulfilled the 500-year-old dream of the Hindu people, the Chief Minister said, and he welcomed all dignitaries in the dice, like Ashok Singhal, Bihar Ex-Deputy CM Tara Kishore Prasad, and MLA Jharkhand. Manish Jaisowal, Ramesh Jaisowal MLA, Anupama Jaisowal from UP, Bihar MLA Pawan Jaisowal, Borsola MLA Ganesh Limbu, Rangapara MLA Krishna Kamal Tanti, Lakhimpur MLA Manab Deka, Santosh Jaisowal, and President Kalwar Samaj, among others. At the end of his speech, the Chief Minister appealed to citizens to visit Ayodhya once, if possible, on or after January 22.
Dhekiajuli MLA and Minister Ashok Singhal expressed satisfaction with his developmental work. The open session was presided over by its president, Santosh Jaisowal, and Dhekiajuli MLA and Cabinet Minister Ashok Singhal were present on Saturday.