NEW DELHI, Jan 18 - Ahead of his visit to the North East, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his government is working for all round development of the region and leaving no stone unturned.
�I am eagerly awaiting my two-day visit to the North East. Will participate in various programmes in Sikkim and Assam and interact with citizens,� he said.
In a series of tweets, the Prime Minister said, �Our Government is leaving no stone unturned to fulfil development aspirations of North East and ensure all round development. �Tomorrow I will be in Assam where I will interact with the youth of Assam, students of IIT, NIT and Central Universities of North East,� he said.
�A conference of State Agriculture Ministers is being held in Gangtok. Am particularly delighted that the conference is being held in Sikkim,� Modi, who will also visit an exhibition of organic products and interact with organic farmers in Gangtok, said. �I envision the North East to be a hub in this,� he added.
The Prime Minister said the Conference of Agriculture Ministers will focus on sustainable development, organic farming and eco-tourism, �areas we are giving priority to�. � PTI