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    CM Sonowal gives a courtesy call to Governor

    The CM briefed the Governor about the status of implementation of different welfare schemes of both the Central and State governments

    Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal met Assam Governor Jagdish Mukhi at Raj Bhavan on Saturday.

    Sonowal and Governor Prof. Mukhi had a wide-ranging discussion on several issues especially on the development of the state, accountable functioning of the public delivery organizations and implementation of the important schemes and projects of the Central and State governments.

    The Chief Minister briefed the Governor about the status of implementation of different welfare schemes of both the Central and State governments and how steps have been taken to ensure that the fruits of development reach the grass root of the society.

    The duo also discussed the COVID19 situation of the state and the guidelines put in place to deal with the pandemic. The Governor also discussed with the Chief Minister on the student community’s academic interests which are being greatly disturbed by the prevailing coronavirus situation and the government’s likely intervention in this regard.


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