Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal on April 4 took part in multiple public rallies to pitch for candidates of the BJP and its allies, in the third and final phase of elections.
Speaking at a public rally at Howly in Barpeta, chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal said that BJP-led state government has achieved considerable success in unifying the people from both the Barak Valley and Brahmaputra Valley along with the hills and plains of the state. “During the time of Congress government, divisive politics was encouraged to keep the state unstable while the BJP led by prime minister Narendra Modi has followed the motto of Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikash, Sabka Viswas to bring the people together and make the state strong in the last five years,” Sonowal said.
CM Sarbananda Sonowal highlighted the efforts of the BJP government to root out corruption from the government machinery and said due to the strict actions taken against corrupt officials, a lot of poor youth have been able to secure government jobs transparently on the basis of their merit. “People from all sections of the society have been able to live a life of dignity as our government showed respect to the culture and traditions of all indigenous communities. The landless indigenous families have been provided land pattas by the BJP government which has ensured the rights of local people over Assam,” he added.
Saying that people of the state have showed tremendous faith on BJP and its allies despite misinformation campaign run by Congress and AIUDF, Sonowal stressed on the need for a BJP government in the state to fulfill the target of Aatmanirbhar Assam and said if Congress comes to power, the state would again be engulfed by corruption, misrule and chaos at every level. “BJP and its allies have taken some resolutions to develop every community and have committed towards creation of jobs and self employment opportunities for the youth, women along with bringing rapid educational development in the state. Sports, culture, business and commerce and all other sectors would be developed in the coming days,” he said.
Chief minister Sonowal also attended rallies at Abhayapuri, Senga and Sulakuchi and urged the people to elect the BJP candidates with huge margins.