Assam: Sonowal stresses the Need for Quality Education

Remigio Civitarese
Ottobre 22, 2017

Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Saturday asserted that the territorial integrity of Assam will be protected under any circumstances and the map of the State will not be allowed to be changed at any cost.

While the contents of the Framework Agreement have not yet been made public, several groups in Assam, including the opposition Congress and Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) have alleged that the BJP-led governments at the Centre and Assam had agreed to the NSCN (IM) demand for inclusion of sizeable portion of Assam territory in the "Greater Nagalim".

Some NSCN (IM) leaders have on record stated that the framework agreement signed previous year accepted integration of all Naga-inhabited areas.

"NRC updation process is being carried out in the State as per the direction of the Supreme Court".

"However, certain forces are trying to create confusion and fear psychosis among the people. The people of Assam have vested the responsibility on our government to protect the territorial integrity of the state, and we are committed to ensure this", Sonowal said.

Sonowal said education is the guiding force for a society and as such the state government has introduced Gunotsav for quality education by which public representatives and government officers have been involved to evaluate.

Mr. Sonowal said the government's four-point objective is to make the State free from the scourge of pollution, corruption, terrorism and immigration.

In line with the NDA Government's motto of "Sabka Saath Sabka Vikash", Sonowal said bank accounts opened by the people belonging to tea garden areas post demonetisation were rewarded financially by crediting Rs 2,500 into each account.

Sonowal also said that to help the sports persons at the rural areas, state government has taken decision for the upgradation of 500 play grounds at every gaon panchayat.

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