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GUWAHATI, June 9 - As part of the BJP�s nationwide �Sampark for Samarthan� (contact for support) exercise ahead of next year�s Lok Sabha polls, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today met PG Baruah, Editor of The Assam Tribune, at the latter�s residence this evening.

State BJP chief Ranjeet Kumar Dass met Pradip Baruah, Editor of the Assamese fortnightly Prantik, and author and Editor of the Assamese weekly Sadin Dr Anuradha Sarma Puzari at their respective residences.

The Chief Minister, who gave an overview of the achievements of the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre during the last four years and also of the BJP-led State government in the State to Baruah, also discussed current issues.

Following the meeting, the Chief Minister told the media that Baruah, who is the Editor of both The Assam Tribune and Dainik Asam, made a number of recommendations for expediting the State�s development process and �we have accepted those.�

The Assam Tribune Editor also suggested that the contentious issues needed to be resolved on the basis of the Assam Accord that mandated detection and deportation of illegal Bangladeshi migrants based on the cut-off date of March 25, 1971, without discriminating on the religious affiliation of the illegal migrants.

A BJP spokesperson said that Dass during his meeting with Pradip Baruah and Anuradha Sarma Puzari discussed various issues concerning the State, besides presenting before them an overview of the accomplishments of the State government and the Centre.

The Chief Minister was accompanied by Guwahati MP Bijoya Chakravarty and Chief Minister�s Media Adviser Hrishikesh Goswami.

Earlier on Thursday, the Chief Minister launched the party�s campaign in the State by meeting intellectual Dr Hiren Gohain � a severe critic of the saffron party � at the latter�s residence. He also met veteran journalist and Editor of Dainik Agradoot Kanak Sen Deka.

BJP chief Amit Shah had started the initiative some days back and has so far met people from a range of fields, including social service, politics, art and sports. Among others, Shah has met former Chief of Army Staff General Dalbir Singh Suhag, cricket legend Kapil Dev, yoga guru Baba Ramdev, former Chief Justice of India RC Lahoti and Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit.

The �Sampark for Samarthan� drive is being undertaken by the BJP to mark the fourth anniversary of the Modi government. As part of it, senior party functionaries, including chief ministers, Union ministers, senior leaders and others across the country will contact one lakh eminent persons, who are recognised names in their fields, to inform them about the government�s achievements.

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Sonowal meets PG Baruah

GUWAHATI, June 9 - As part of the BJP�s nationwide �Sampark for Samarthan� (contact for support) exercise ahead of next year�s Lok Sabha polls, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today met PG Baruah, Editor of The Assam Tribune, at the latter�s residence this evening.

State BJP chief Ranjeet Kumar Dass met Pradip Baruah, Editor of the Assamese fortnightly Prantik, and author and Editor of the Assamese weekly Sadin Dr Anuradha Sarma Puzari at their respective residences.

The Chief Minister, who gave an overview of the achievements of the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre during the last four years and also of the BJP-led State government in the State to Baruah, also discussed current issues.

Following the meeting, the Chief Minister told the media that Baruah, who is the Editor of both The Assam Tribune and Dainik Asam, made a number of recommendations for expediting the State�s development process and �we have accepted those.�

The Assam Tribune Editor also suggested that the contentious issues needed to be resolved on the basis of the Assam Accord that mandated detection and deportation of illegal Bangladeshi migrants based on the cut-off date of March 25, 1971, without discriminating on the religious affiliation of the illegal migrants.

A BJP spokesperson said that Dass during his meeting with Pradip Baruah and Anuradha Sarma Puzari discussed various issues concerning the State, besides presenting before them an overview of the accomplishments of the State government and the Centre.

The Chief Minister was accompanied by Guwahati MP Bijoya Chakravarty and Chief Minister�s Media Adviser Hrishikesh Goswami.

Earlier on Thursday, the Chief Minister launched the party�s campaign in the State by meeting intellectual Dr Hiren Gohain � a severe critic of the saffron party � at the latter�s residence. He also met veteran journalist and Editor of Dainik Agradoot Kanak Sen Deka.

BJP chief Amit Shah had started the initiative some days back and has so far met people from a range of fields, including social service, politics, art and sports. Among others, Shah has met former Chief of Army Staff General Dalbir Singh Suhag, cricket legend Kapil Dev, yoga guru Baba Ramdev, former Chief Justice of India RC Lahoti and Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit.

The �Sampark for Samarthan� drive is being undertaken by the BJP to mark the fourth anniversary of the Modi government. As part of it, senior party functionaries, including chief ministers, Union ministers, senior leaders and others across the country will contact one lakh eminent persons, who are recognised names in their fields, to inform them about the government�s achievements.