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Fast development of North-East is necessary for self-reliant India: PM Modi

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On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who reached Sivasagar district of Assam, gave a certificate of land allocation to more than one lakh beneficiaries at a program.

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On this occasion, PM Modi said, “Today our government of Assam has done the work of removing the great concern of your life. With more than one lakh native families getting the right to ownership of land, a big concern of your life has now gone away. ”

He said, “Given the importance of Sivasagar, the government is taking necessary steps to include it among the five most iconic archaeological sites in the country.”

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Prime Minister Modi said that ‘fast development of North-East is necessary for a self-reliant India. The road to self-reliant Assam passes through the confidence of the people of Assam and confidence increases only when the family gets facilities, the infrastructure in the state improves. Over the years, unprecedented work has been done on them in Assam.

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He said, “With the historic Bodo Accord, a large part of Assam has now returned to the path of peace and development. The agreement was followed by the first elections to the Bodoland Territorial Council. Now the Bodo Territorial Council will establish new paradigms of development and trust. “

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Referring to the covid vaccine, the PM said, “Vaccine made in India is being demanded all over the world. Till now millions of people have been vaccinated in India, we have to get the vaccine also and caution has to be continued. ”

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