NEW DELHI, April 24 - Prime Minister, Narendra Modi is likely to visit Assam to take part in the function to mark the completion of Sarbananda Sonowal�s one year in office, State Minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma told newsmen.
The Chief Minister accompanied by Sarma on Monday called on national president of BJP, Amit Shah at his Akbar Road residence.
Later talking to newsmen, Sarma said that they are planning to celebrate the occasion with a day-long programme.
At least three events are scheduled to be organised to mark the occasion, he said, adding that the Prime Minister is likely to inaugurate the Sadiya-Dhola Bridge, besides laying the foundation stones of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute at Gogamukh and AIIMS.
At the meeting with Shah today Sonowal gave an account of the performance of his government during the last one year.
Replying to questions, Sarma ruled out the possibility of any expansion ahead of the one year celebration. He said that the impression he got today from the discussion was that the expansion is unlikely before the celebration of the first anniversary. The issue did not even figure during the discussion with Shah,� he said.