Guwahati: Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said that the government of Assam is working with the Prime Minister’s vision of Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikash and Sabka Viswas to ensure all-round development of the people of the state. The Chief Minister said this while laying the foundation for various development initiatives at Bindhakata under Chabua Legislative Assembly Constituency (LAC) in Dibrugarh district today.
The development projects for which the Chief Minister laid foundation include augmentation of the infrastructure of Bindhakata High School, improvement and beautification of DRT road, Dinjan and three other rural roads measuring 2.2 K.M.
Speaking on the occasion the Chief Minister said that the union government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi since 2014 has been unleashing transformation in every sphere of public life in the country. Inspired by this, the State government is also putting in all-out efforts to bring about development in every look and corner of the state. In this regard, the Chief Minister said that in Chabua LAC alone, the State government has spent around 150 crores in various development works and welfare schemes. Recalling his school day memories in Bindhakata High School, the Chief Minister urged the teachers and parents of the area to imbibe good moral values in their children and inspired them to study hard. He also made a fervent appeal to all sections of the people to promote scientific temperament and fight against superstition and social evils.
Union Minister of State for Food Processing Industries Rameswar Teli, Lakhimpur MP Pradan Baruah also spoke in the meeting. In the meeting where Chabua MLA Binod Hazarika delivered the welcome address, Vice Chairman, Assam Gas Company Limited Indra Gogoi, Vice Chairman Assam Hydrocarbon Limited Sivaji Dubey, Deputy Commissioner Pallab Gopal Jha and several public representatives of various local bodies were present.
Earlier the Chief Minister also visited a post-flood health camp at Boragadhoi in Bindhakata area.
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