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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today addressed rallies in Assam’s Tinsukia, Majauli, Bihpuria and Bokakhat districts. The Prime Minister said that his fight was not against the state’s Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi but poverty and corruption.

Shri Narendra Modi stated that Assam was earlier known for its prosperity but now the state was facing problems due to unemployment and lack of electricity. He questioned the 60 years rule of the Congress party. Shri Modi added that Assam could be transformed and be made a model state for progress.

The PM noted that there were several villages that did not even have any electric poles. PM Modi highlighted Government’s fast-track measures on rural electrification. He also took note of troubles that people in Assam have to face due to acute water crisis. The PM also elaborated on several aspects of the newly launched Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana for the farmers.

Shri Modi noted how funds allocated to the state for construction of houses for the poor were lying idle in the banks. Prime Minister Modi said that Assam needed all round development and it was only the BJP that could fulfill aspirations of the people in the state.

At Bihpuria, Shri Modi expressed concern over the maternal mortality rate in the state. The PM noted how the current Congress government in Assam did not accept Centre’s vaccination initiative whereas other states did. Shri Modi said that Assam needed a Government that cared for the wellbeing of the people in the state.

Shri Narendra Modi alleged that the current Congress government in Assam had no answer on CAG reports on the state. He urged the people to question the government where their money had gone. The PM highlighted Centre’s efforts towards development of Assam in road and rail sectors.

The Prime Minister said that he had only three agendas for Assam–development, fast-paced development and all-round development.

PM Modi also talked about the hardworking tea plantation workers of Assam who have energized the entire world and made India proud. The Prime Minister urged people of the state to turn out in large numbers and vote for a BJP Government that would dedicatedly work for taking the state to newer heights of progress.

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PM Modi to take part in 16th East Asia Summit and 18th ASEAN-India Summit
October 25, 2021
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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will attend 18th ASEAN-India Summit to be held virtually on October 28, 2021 at the invitation of Sultan of Brunei. The Summit will be attended by Heads of State/Government of the ASEAN Countries.

The 18th ASEAN-India Summit will review the status of ASEAN-India Strategic Partnership and take stock of progress made in key areas including Covid-19 & Health, Trade & Commerce, Connectivity, and Education & Culture. Important regional and international developments including post pandemic economic recovery will also be discussed. ASEAN-India Summits are held annually and provide opportunity for India and ASEAN to engage at the highest level. Prime Minister attended the 17th ASEAN-India Summit held virtually in November last year. 18th ASEAN-India Summit will be the ninth ASEAN-India Summit to be attended by him.

ASEAN-India Strategic Partnership stands on a strong foundation of shared geographical, historical and civilizational ties. ASEAN is central to our Act East Policy and our wider vision of the Indo-Pacific. The year 2022 will mark 30 years of ASEAN-India relations. India and ASEAN have several dialogue mechanisms which meet regularly, including a Summit, Ministerial meetings and Senior Officials’ meetings. External Affairs Minister, Dr S. Jaishankar attended the ASEAN-India Foreign Ministers' Meeting and EAS Foreign Ministers' Meeting in August 2021 virtually. Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Smt. Anupriya Patel attended the ASEAN Economic Ministers + India Consultations held virtually in September 2021 where the Ministers reaffirmed their commitment to strengthen economic cooperation.

Prime Minister will also attend the 16th East Asia Summit to be held on October 27, 2021 virtually. The East Asia Summit is the premier Leaders-led forum in the Indo-Pacific. Since its inception in 2005, it has played a significant role in the strategic and geopolitical evolution of East Asia. Apart from the 10 ASEAN Member states, East Asia Summit includes India, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Australia, New Zealand, United States and Russia.

India, being a founding member of the East Asia Summit, is committed to strengthening the East Asia Summit and making it more effective for dealing with contemporary challenges. It is also an important platform for furthering practical cooperation in the Indo-Pacific by building upon the convergence between ASEAN Outlook on Indo-Pacific (AOIP) and Indo-Pacific Ocean's Initiative (IPOI). At the 16th East Asia Summit, Leaders will discuss matters of regional and international interest and concern including maritime security, terrorism, Covid-19 cooperation. Leaders are also expected to accept declarations on Mental Health, Economic recovery through Tourism and Green Recovery, which are being co-sponsored by India.