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    Himanta Biswa Sarma releases new book ‘Eta Xopunor Pom Khedi’

    In his book, Sarma has revealed many unknown facts that can fulfil Assam’s dream of becoming one of the best states in the country.

    Guwahati: Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma released his fourth book ‘Eta Xopunor Pom Khedi’ on Wednesday at a city hotel.

    The book is a compilation of 25 speeches on Assam’s contemporary socio-economic-political issues delivered at various platforms including the Assam Legislative Assembly.

    In his book, Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has revealed many unknown facts that can fulfil Assam’s dream of becoming one of the best states in the country.

    Earlier in 2014, Sarma published his first book ‘Samagata Samay’ and later in 2016, his ‘Oinyo Ek Dristikun’ was published. The books have received huge appreciation from the reader community and have been bestsellers in book fairs across the state.

    The minister’s third book ‘Bhinna Samay Abhinna Mat’ on Assamese identity was released in 2019.  

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