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    Assam: CM visits Haradhan Roy’s family; hands over Rs 20L financial aid

    The chief minister also offered floral tribute to the portrait of the martyr Haradhan Roy and also met the family members of the deceased.

    Guwahati: Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday visited the residence of martyr Haradhan Chandra Roy at Phutukibari-Medhipara in Dubri district of Assam.

    The minister offered floral tribute to the portrait of the martyr and also met the family members of the deceased.

    Sonowal also handed over a cheque of Rs 20 lakh as financial assistance to the martyr’s family.

    Later talking to media persons, Chief Minister Sonowal said, “The state is proud of the gallantry of martyr Haradhan Chandra Roy as he sets a rich example of patriotism. The sacrifice of the martyr will not go in vain as the state and the country as a whole is committed to work resolutely to the safety, security and development of the nation.”

    “The sacrifice of Haradhan Chandra Roy will always remain a glaring example as the youngergeneration will continue to be inspired and work for the nation building”. He also informed that the State government would take necessary steps for providing employment to the martyr’s family”, the minister further added.


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