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Sarbananda Sonowal reiterates government’s commitment to work for development

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  3 Feb 2020 3:28 AM GMT

GUWAHATI: Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said that Kurmi Samaj and the people belonging to it are very disciplined, diligent and talented and has been contributing immensely to the overall development of the State, stated a press release.

Speaking at the 21st Tri-Annual conference of Assam Kurmi Samaj at Khusiya Mahato Samanay Kshetra in Orang on Sunday, Chief Minister Sonowal said that Kurmi Samaj and the people belonging to it have proved that through hard work anybody can climb the zenith of success. He also said that the Kurmi people are advanced socially, culturally and intellectually and can set an example for others belonging to tea community. He also hailed their role in the economic development of the State.

Chief Minister Sonowal referring to the example of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urged upon everybody present in the conference to work hard and make a turnaround in their fortunes through diligence and dedication. Reiterating his government’s commitment to the welfare of all sections of society in the State, Sonowal said that his government has already taken a slew of measures for the empowerment of all sections of the people. He also said the people belonging to tea community are very much in the agenda of priorities, as the State government is taking several schemes for their socio economic and educational development. He underscored his government’s mission of working to champion the cause of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikash and Sabka Viswas.

The three day conference which started on January 31 has concluded on Sunday. Minister PHE Rihon Daimari, MP Pallab Lochan Das, MLAs Kamali Basumatary and Charan Boro and a host of other dignitaries from Kurmi Samaj were present on the occasion.

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