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    Assam: Home Minister Amit Shah to inaugurate host of projects

    Amit Shah will further lay the foundation stone for India’s biggest medical college in Guwahati and ten law colleges across the state.

    Guwahati: Assam is all set to welcome Union home minister Amit Shah who will reach Guwahati on Friday night. Shah will be inaugurating hosts of projects in the state.

    A grand meeting site has been set up in Amingaon, North Guwahati in Assam.

    Addressing a press conference in the city, health and finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that the union minister will distribute financial grants to the tune of Rs 155 crore to 8,000 Namghars, under the Assam Darshan programme.

    Home minister Amit Shah will also lay the foundation stone for the development of ‘Batadrava Than’ in Nagaon, Assam. The mega project is to develop Batadrava Than into a cultural, as well as a tourist destination.

    He will further lay the foundation stone for India’s biggest medical college in Guwahati and ten law colleges across the state.

    The 10 law colleges will be established at Diphu, Tezpur, Silchar, Dibrugarh, rangia, North lakhimpur, Bilasipara, Raha, Jorhat and Tihu.

    After visiting Assam, Shah will travel to Manipur, where he will lay foundation stones for various projects in the state.

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