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PM Modi: AFSPA removed from several areas, more than 7000 youths renounced violence in Assam

Assam: In a mass rally in Veterinary field in Khanapara, Guwahati on February 4, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shared some great news about the northeastern part of India. He said that there is a lot of peace now, and  AFSPA (Armed Forces Special Powers Act) has been removed from many districts. This law gave special powers to the armed forces, and its removal is a sign of improved conditions.

PM Modi addressing the mass rally in Veterinary field in Khanapara, Guwahati.

PM Modi happily mentioned that more than 7,000 young people from Assam have decided to leave violence behind and join the mainstream, meaning they want to be part of the regular, peaceful life of the country.

He also talked about the overall growth and positive changes in the northeast. PM Modi said that the government is fully supporting the dreams and hopes of the people in these areas. The removal of AFSPA and the progress in the once-troubled regions show that the government’s efforts are making a real difference.

PM Modi,” “Previous governments could not maintain big targets nor fulfill their promises. We have now changed the mindset of the previous governments as well”.

CM Himanta Biswa Sarma.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma praised PM Modi for his contribution to the state’s growth and peace during his opening speech. Himanta Sarma also highlighted the construction of nine bridges over the Brahmaputra River, a significant achievement under PM Modi’s leadership.

PM Modi also inaugurated and laid the foundation for projects worth Rs 11,600 crore in Guwahati. These projects are expected to make it easier for people to travel, create job opportunities, and encourage more participation in sports in the region. Overall, the developments are seen as positive steps towards the growth and prosperity of the northeastern states.

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