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Home Minister Amit Shah to launch several development projects at Amingaon in Guwahati

Union Home Minister Amit Shah will attend a program  at Amingaon in Guwahati to start several development projects. He will take part as the Chief Guest in the ceremonial program for the establishment of Guwahati’s second medical college today. 

Home Minister  will also distribute financial assistance to namghars under Asom Darshan scheme and also lay the foundation stone for development and beautification of Batadrava. In the same program, Mr. Shah will also ceremonially start the work of 9 law colleges today. Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and his cabinet colleagues will also take part in the event.

The Home Minister also addressed the gathering. He will also hold a meeting with state BJP leadership during his visit.
 

 

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