Assam chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma called on BJP president JP Nadda at latter’s residence in New Delhi.
Sarma on Sunday briefed Nadda about the developmental initiatives being undertaken by the Assam government.
“This evening called on BJP national president JP Nadda and appraised him on how the Assam government is firmly pursuing the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi…I have updated Nadda on work being done by BJP in Assam and also sought his guidance,” said Sarma after the meeting on Sunday.
Sources said the meeting was a courtesy call.
Chief minister Sarma will stay in Delhi till June 3.
This is for the first time Sarma is visiting New Delhi days after assuming charge as the chief minister.
During his stay in New Delhi, Sarma is likely to meet Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Union home minister Amit Shah and other central ministers.
Sarma, during his visit, is likely to appraise Naidu, Birla and Shah about the initiatives being taken by his government to tackle the Covid19 pandemic.