Prime Minister Assam states that the people of NER Building are building a better, safer and more stable society.
In a prepared statement read by Minister of Environment and Forests Chandra Mohan Patwari on his behalf, Dr. Salma emphasized changes in attitudes and approaches in the release of books in Northeast India and Japan and their involvement through connectivity. did.
“Until a few years ago, violence and armed uprisings were the order of the day in our area,” he said in a speech Wednesday (June 22), stating that the northeast, which is built on peace and development, Currently, “We are at the top of a big change.”
The event, held at the India International Center, New Delhi’s intellectual, literary and cultural hub, was attended by a careful and thankful audience of scholars, diplomats, writers, researchers, center and state officials. I attended. The program was organized by the international publishers of the book, Francis and Taylor, and the Northeastern Research Policy Research Center (C-NES).
The audience observed a minute of silence to recover from the devastation of floods and rainwater to express solidarity with the suffering of the people of Assam and other states.
In his remarks, Dr. Salma said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was the majority of Assam, part of Manipur and Nagaland (the latter in 1958).
“Over the years, the main constraints that have hindered the development of our region have been inadequate infrastructure and inadequate investment, especially in terms of communications,” he said. “We were considered to be economically recessed and geographically isolated. Since 2014, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the northeastern region has witnessed the rapid progress of the connectivity sector. I’ve done it. ”