Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Monday unveiled a life-size statue of Jananeta and former Chief Minister Sarat Chandra Sinha at Ratnapith College at Chapar in Dhubri district.
CM Sonowal also inaugurated a complex consisting of a memorial garden in the name of Sarat Chandra Sinha, an auditorium, stage and a renovated house of the Jananeta.
It may be noted that the garden, auditorium, stage and the renovated house have been built under Chief Minister’s untied fund of 2016-17 involving a financial outlay of Rs. 1 crore.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Minister Sonowal said that former Chief Minister Sarat Chandra Sinha was an embodiment of truth, honesty, simplicity and dedication who led a simple life.
The younger generation should study the life and works of Sarat Chandra Sinha to make them able-citizens of the nation.
“In spite of being a veteran political leader who involved himself in various socio-political activities, the life of Sarat Chandra Sinha was the testament of a life led in the pursuit of truth and honesty,” he said.
Sonowal, therefore, urged upon the student community of the state in general and Dhubri district, in particular, to dedicate themselves in the pursuit of diligence, perseverance, truth and honesty and become successful in life.
He, at the same time appeal to everybody especially those in the public domain to emulate the life of Sarat Chandra Sinha and work for the growth, development and welfare of the people of all sections.
Referring to the uncompromising tirade against corruption, Chief Minister Sonowal urged upon the student community to concentrate on improving their skills to get absorbed in jobs.
He also said that the present State government has been working assiduously to sustain transparency in the administration so that corruption in any form can not creep in.