Assam Governor attends a programme on Rajasthan Sammelan- vision of new Assam
Speaks on the friendship of Assam and Rajasthan
Guwahati,Rongili Barta- Assam Governor Gulab Chand Kataria attended a programme on Rajasthan Sammelan -vision of new Assam organised by Bharat 24 and First India news and First India held at Pragjyoti ITA Centre of Performing arts in Machkhowa here this evening. Speaking on the occasion, Governor Kataria said that both Assam and Rajasthan are known for its diverse culture and rich ethnicity. People of Rajasthan have contributed to art and culture, literature as well as in business in Assam. The Governor said that the manner in which the Marwari community integrated with the diverse culture of Assam is truly commendable. Jyoti Prasad Agarwala, the pioneer of Assamese cinema and a cultural icon of the region, was a testimony to the rich bond that Assam and Rajasthan share. The contributions of the Marwari people to Assam are profound. They have not only engaged in commerce within the region but have also played a significant role on the overall development of the state. Furthermore, the Governor emphasized that in addition to contributing to the state’s economic growth, the diaspora of Rajasthan should also extend their support to uplift underprivileged students by providing them with access to education. Kataria also said that extending the bond of friendship and camaraderie existing between the people of Assam and Rajasthan, there should be concerted efforts to realize Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of making India a developed nation by 2047. The recent G20 summit showcased India’s capabilities on the global stage, illustrating the nation’s potential to become a world leader. The Viswa Guru mission isn’t solely about power but also about sharing the captivating narrative of Bharat with the world, the Governor added. The Governor hailed the works of the News Channel “Bharat-24” and “First India” in organizing the event. Social worker Ratan Sharma, Vice President of ‘Bharat-24’ Rubika Liaquat, Chief Editor of “First India” Pawan Arora along with a host of other dignitaries were present in the function.