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Engineers� body to help in Govt�s pro-people work

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, May 24 - The Senior Engineers� Forum of Greater Guwahati has welcomed the change brought by the democratic process in the State and congratulated Sarbananda Sonowal and his team on the decisive triumph in the Assembly election.

In a statement, the Forum expressed the hope that the new government in the State would treat all sections of the people equally, improve the infrastructure facilities like roads, bridges, access to water and electricity, state-run healthcare system, provide quality education and above all, create employment avenues and job opportunities for millions of urban-rural youths.

The Forum has pledged to render its expertise in the new government�s pro-people development activities and suggested development of an Assam model of economic development and creation of a separate portfolio to transform Guwahati into a habitable city.

Meanwhile, the All Assam Lawyers� Association (AALA) has extended its best wishes to Sarbananda Sonowal-led new State government.

In a statement, the association hoped that the new government would prove to be an ideal government for Assam, ensuring welfare of the State�s people.

�Detection and deportation of illegal foreigners as per the Assam Accord, sealing the Indo-Bangladesh border in Assam, protecting wildlife, foolproof measures against rhino killing, solving flood and erosion problem, accelerating the pace of development are some of the issues on which a swift action is expected from the government,� said AALA president Pradyut Kumar Bora and executive president Rohini Kumar Das.

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Engineers� body to help in Govt�s pro-people work

GUWAHATI, May 24 - The Senior Engineers� Forum of Greater Guwahati has welcomed the change brought by the democratic process in the State and congratulated Sarbananda Sonowal and his team on the decisive triumph in the Assembly election.

In a statement, the Forum expressed the hope that the new government in the State would treat all sections of the people equally, improve the infrastructure facilities like roads, bridges, access to water and electricity, state-run healthcare system, provide quality education and above all, create employment avenues and job opportunities for millions of urban-rural youths.

The Forum has pledged to render its expertise in the new government�s pro-people development activities and suggested development of an Assam model of economic development and creation of a separate portfolio to transform Guwahati into a habitable city.

Meanwhile, the All Assam Lawyers� Association (AALA) has extended its best wishes to Sarbananda Sonowal-led new State government.

In a statement, the association hoped that the new government would prove to be an ideal government for Assam, ensuring welfare of the State�s people.

�Detection and deportation of illegal foreigners as per the Assam Accord, sealing the Indo-Bangladesh border in Assam, protecting wildlife, foolproof measures against rhino killing, solving flood and erosion problem, accelerating the pace of development are some of the issues on which a swift action is expected from the government,� said AALA president Pradyut Kumar Bora and executive president Rohini Kumar Das.