Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi on Tuesday thanked the people for giving Sarbananda Sonowal an opportunity to serve Assam and assured them that he would work hard to transform the state.
“I want to thank people of Assam for giving Sarbananda ji and his ministers an opportunity to serve Assam,” Modi said at Sonowal’s swearing-in ceremony in Guwahati on Tuesday.
“I am sure that Sarbananda ji will leave no stone unturned for the development of Assam,” he added.
Addressing the people and diginaries present on the occassion, Modi said that the Centre wants to contribute as much to develop states that need help.
“Government of India which believes in competitive cooperative federalism, wants to contribute as much to develop states which need help.”
Asserting the fact that it is imperative for the government and the people to work together for the state to develop, Modi said that, “I Want to tell people in Assam that their job doesn’t end at voting, but for development it’s imperative for government and the people to work together.”
“India’s development has to be all-round and inclusive. Eastern part of India cannot remain away from the development journey,” he added.