Home Minister Amit Shah today said that Assam and the North Eastern region have moved forward on the path of peace and development in the last eight years of the BJP rule of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Seventy years of Congress since independence has pushed the Northeast into violence and chaos while in the last eight years, Modi’s leadership has helped the region integrate into the whole, Amit Shah said after inaugurating the office. new party in Guwahati.
The BJP government has made peace in Assam with 9,000 people laying down their arms, he said.
The Prime Minister has tripled the budget of the northeastern region, resulting in infrastructure development in all sectors, a senior BJP leader said.
Referring to the new party office, Amit Shah said, “BJP offices are not just brick and mortar buildings but reflect the efforts, emotions, commitment and hard work of the party workers”.
Earlier, Mr Shah along with BJP president JP Nadda inaugurated the party’s new headquarters in the presence of Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Chief Executive Himanta Biswa Sarma, state party chief Bhabesh Kalita, Tripura chief Manik Saha and others.
The leaders then walked through all the floors of the six-storey building named after former prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee.
Mr Nadda also stonewalled nine district party offices while Shah pushed further to do the same for 102 BJP state offices in the state.
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