Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma Offers Prayers at Dhubri Gurudwara
Speaking to the media the Chief Minister also said that the problem created by the skyrocketing price rise would wane within one or one and half months.
GUWAHATI: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who was in Dhubri since Wednesday offered prayers at the Dhubri gurudwara.
Further, the Chief Minister said that the problem created by the skyrocketing price rise would wane within one or one and half months.
The CM also interacted with the media and said that gurudwaras carries memories of Sikh Guru Tegh Bahadur. He also added the people today faced the problems like price due to the onslaught of the new coronavirus pandemics.
"In the last two years, business activities came to a standstill. The pandemic impacted people's life. Problems like price rise have been witnessed. I think these problems will wane within one or one and half months and normalcy would come', he said, adding that the state BJP-led government would solve all the problems facing Assam today in the next five years.
Taking to his Twitter handle Assam CM wrote, "Gurdwara Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib Ji, located in the heart of Dhubri on the bank of the mighty Brahmaputra, holds great spiritual importance for Sikh community.
Visited the historic shrine today with Hon Min Sri @RanjeetkrDass. May Waheguru ji bless us with peace & happiness."
The Chief Minister also called upon the people to keep up mutual understanding among them. He promised to solve the river erosion problem of Dhubri.
On Wednesday, the Chief Minister visited different Puja in the district and took blessings from goddess Durga. He also met and interacted with the local people.