STAFF REPORTER GUWAHATI:
Amit Shah's Biography in Assamese: A biography on the work and life of Union Home Minister Amit Shah was released today by Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal at Hotel Taj Vivanta in Guwahati.
The biography titled 'Amit Shah aru Agragami BJP' was translated into Assamese from original English 'Amit Shah and the March of BJP' by Assam Cabinet Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma. The original writers of the book were Anirban Ganguly and Shiwanand Dwivedi.
Along with the original writers the event was graced by DoNER minister Dr. Jitendra Singh, BJP's Assam in-charge Baijayant Jay Panda, BJP national general secretary Dilip Saikia and state president Ranjeet Kumar Dass.
Book on Amit Shah's Life & Work in Other Indian Language
Along with the life and work of the Union Home Minister this book on amit shah also portrays the evolution of Bhartiya Janata Party. The book was first published in 2019, and was later also published in : Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Oriya and Gujarati.
Appreciating the contributions of the Amit Shah, Assam CM Sonowal hailed Sarma for the translating the book.
Reportedly the book records the journey of Amit Shah from a party worker to holding the position of a Union Home Minister.
Extending gratitude to Sarma the original writers stated that it would remain as a prominent piece of political record of the BJP.
Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma sharing his experience added that the book details the journey of the saffron party and how it has evolved under the leadership of Amit Shah.
Sharing some moment from the release of the book, Sarma tweeted- 'Amit Shah and the March of BJP', a tale of Hon HM Sri AmitShah's sterling role in strengthening BJP & taking it to new heights. Pleased to have been present at the launch of this biography of Hon HM along with HCM Sri Sarbanand Sonowal & other dignitaries.
"The level of respect that Shri Amit Shah ji has for Srimanta Sankardeva is astounding. His knowledge of Assam is immense and worthy of praise. This book is a humble tribute to his erudition," Sarma added.