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GUWAHATI, March 22 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has mourned the death of former AASU leader and ex-minister Abhijit Sarma, who breathed his last today, stated an official press release here.

In a condolence message, Chief Minister Sonowal termed the death of Sarma as an irreparable loss to the social life of the State and stated that the contributions of late Sarma as a leader of All Assam Students� Union during the Assam Agitation will always be remembered.

Late Sarma, who represented the prestigious Jorhat Legislative Assembly Constituency (LAC) in the Assam Assembly and became a Minister of State (Health) in the first term of the AGP government in 1985, could emerge as a distinguished personality in the State�s political arena with his vision and hard work. Apart from his brief political career, late Sarma also earned significant success as a tea planter and was a pioneer entrepreneur of the State, said the Chief Minister.

Sonowal also conveyed his deepest sympathies to the bereaved family of Sarma.

In a condolence message, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) president Atul Bora described the death of Sarma as an irreparable loss to the society. Sarma was a nationalist as well as a regionalist in the true sense of the terms, Bora said and conveyed his sympathy to the bereaved family of the former minister.

Sarma�s death has also been condoled by former Chief Minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, AGP working president Keshav Mahanta, Asom Yuva Parishad, Asom Mahila Parishad, Shram Parishad Asom, Asom Krishak Parishad, AGP Tea Cell, AGP Religious Minority Council, AGP Linguistic Minority Council and the employees of the AGP headquarters here. The All Assam Students� Union also mourned Sarma�s death.

The flag of the regional party will be flown at half-mast at its State headquarters here for three days to mourn the demise of Sarma, said a statement here today.

Former Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said in a condolence message that the death of Sarma is not a loss to the regional politics of the State, but an irreparable loss for the entire society and the tea industry of the State.

Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Ripun Bora has also mourned the death of Sarma.

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CM mourns Abhijit Sarma�s death

GUWAHATI, March 22 - Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has mourned the death of former AASU leader and ex-minister Abhijit Sarma, who breathed his last today, stated an official press release here.

In a condolence message, Chief Minister Sonowal termed the death of Sarma as an irreparable loss to the social life of the State and stated that the contributions of late Sarma as a leader of All Assam Students� Union during the Assam Agitation will always be remembered.

Late Sarma, who represented the prestigious Jorhat Legislative Assembly Constituency (LAC) in the Assam Assembly and became a Minister of State (Health) in the first term of the AGP government in 1985, could emerge as a distinguished personality in the State�s political arena with his vision and hard work. Apart from his brief political career, late Sarma also earned significant success as a tea planter and was a pioneer entrepreneur of the State, said the Chief Minister.

Sonowal also conveyed his deepest sympathies to the bereaved family of Sarma.

In a condolence message, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) president Atul Bora described the death of Sarma as an irreparable loss to the society. Sarma was a nationalist as well as a regionalist in the true sense of the terms, Bora said and conveyed his sympathy to the bereaved family of the former minister.

Sarma�s death has also been condoled by former Chief Minister Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, AGP working president Keshav Mahanta, Asom Yuva Parishad, Asom Mahila Parishad, Shram Parishad Asom, Asom Krishak Parishad, AGP Tea Cell, AGP Religious Minority Council, AGP Linguistic Minority Council and the employees of the AGP headquarters here. The All Assam Students� Union also mourned Sarma�s death.

The flag of the regional party will be flown at half-mast at its State headquarters here for three days to mourn the demise of Sarma, said a statement here today.

Former Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said in a condolence message that the death of Sarma is not a loss to the regional politics of the State, but an irreparable loss for the entire society and the tea industry of the State.

Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Ripun Bora has also mourned the death of Sarma.