Amit Shah to visit Guwahati for 3-day trip to commemorate one year of BJP govt


Union Home Minister Amit Shah will reach Guwahati on Sunday night for a three-day visit where he will launch several projects in the state as the Himanta Biswa Sarma-led BJP government completes one year in power on May 10.  

“The Union Home Minister will visit to Mankachar Border Outpost (BOP) and will interact with Border Security Force (BSF) officials on May 9 and will inaugurate BSF’s Central Store and Workshop, and launch khadi and village industries products at Tamulpur,” said a senior official of Assam Home department.

The Union Minister will address a public rally at the Khanapara field in Guwahati on Tuesday. Shah will launch several projects such as Super Speciality Hospital and National Forensic Sciences University.

He will lay foundation stone of various projects on the day, including Public Auditoriums, Integrated DC Office, Police Commissionarate Building, Guwahati Police Reserve Bhawan.

The Home Minister will also inaugurate the Census Office (through physical mode) and SSB Buildings (through virtual mode) at Amingaon in Kamrup (Metro) district.

On May 10, the Union Home Minister will present President’s Colour to Assam Police for its service over the last 25 years in Guwahati.

Assam is the 10th state in the country to earn the President’s Colour for its outstanding performance in combating insurgency, regulating crime, maintaining law and order, and safeguarding the people and properties in the state.

(With inputs from ANI)

The President’s Colour is bestowed upon a military unit in recognition of exceptional service rendered to the Nation, both in peace and in war.  The Indian Navy was the first Indian Armed Force, to be awarded the President Colour by Dr Rajendra Prasad on 27 May 1951. 

During the visit, Shah will also interact and take lunch with Officers and Jawans of Assam Police. 


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