Guwahati: At a time when Assam gets Himanta Biswa Sarma as their next Chief Minister of the state on Sunday, Netizens pour their heart out for ex-CM Sarbananda Sonowal in their heartfelt tweets.
On Sunday, a week later since the Assam Assembly results were out on May 2, Sarma was named as the next Assam chief minister turning his ever-lasting desire to become the state’s chief minister- a reality.
Moreover, it was the outgoing Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal who proposed Sarma’s name as the next Assam’s legislative party leader in presence of party observers Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and National General Secretary BJP Arun Singh at a party meeting here in Assam Legislative Assembly Auditorium, Guwahati.
Everyone in the meeting unanimously supported the decision and Sarma was declared as the next leader of BJP’s next legislature party.
Later, several users took to the micro-blogging site Twitter referring to ex-CM Sarbananda Sonowal as a perfect gentleman who had raised many folds in the eyes of the people of Assam.
Ex-CM Sarbananda Sonowal shall remain in the heart of the people of Assam as a very honest CM, said one of the users.
Another user tweeted, “Thank you Sarbananda Sonowal for leading Assam in the best possible way in the last 5 years tenure. Forever owe with your dedication.”
“Assam was lucky to have such a selfless, serving, beloved, people’s Chief Minister! One of rare kind of leader and politician in all over India,” wrote another user.
In the meanwhile, expecting the central decision wholeheartedly, Sarbananda Sonowal took to his official Twitter handle congratulating the new Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma saying, “Congratulations to Shri @himantabiswa on being elected the leader of @BJP4Assam Legislative Party. I believe that you will carry forward the development journey of Assam that we together began as #TeamAssam under the leadership of PM Shri @narendramodi ji.”
On the other hand, terming the outgoing Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal as a big brother, Assam’s next chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said, “He has been out Neta (leader) and he will be our leader in the future too.”
Sarma applauded the outgoing chief minister and said that it was under his able leadership that Sarma had learned the lessons of politics of ‘high moral value’.