Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday mentioned the journey the BJP began 5 years in the past in Assam will proceed until the state together with different states of the northeastern area emerges as the largest contributor to the nation’s GDP.
The journey initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been taken ahead by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, Shah mentioned after attending the ‘Mahayagya’ on the Shivlinga formed ‘Maha Mrityunjaya’ temple, believed to be the tallest Shiva temple on the planet, in Assam’s Nagaon district.
“This is simply step one and the journey will proceed until Assam turns into violence-free, infiltrator-free and flood-free,” Shah mentioned. The BJP and its alles are in energy in all of the eight states of the northeast.
Assam, as soon as identified for agitation and violence, is marching ahead on the trail of growth below the management of the prime minister, Sonowal and Sarma, he mentioned. People now know Assam for investments being made in varied sectors like schooling and tourism, he added.
Shah mentioned right now was an auspicious day for Assam because the temple has been consecrated. Shah, who arrived in Guwahati previous Wednesday midnight, flew to Nagaon to attend the ‘Pran Pratishtha Mahotsav’ (consecration) of the temple the place monks from Tamil Nadu and different states, together with Assam, are organising 11-day Mahayagya in Puranigudam space of the district.
Shah was accompanied by Chief Minister Sarbanada Sonowal, North East Democratic Alliance convenor and Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, BJP state unit president Ranjeet Kumar Dass and different senior state get together leaders. The temple authorities acquired Shah on the gates and, after making a ‘parikrama’ (circumambulation) of the temple, he drove to the ‘Yagya’ website the place he participated within the rituals flanked by Sonowal and Sarma.
The three leaders had been provided ‘angavastram’ and ‘rudraksh’ necklace by the monks performing the rituals. The temple can be being developed as a centre for spiritual research.