New Delhi : As part of the efforts to strengthen relationship among States, Rajasthan Chief Minister Smt.Vasundhara Raje inaugurated “Ek Bharat, Shresth Bharat” programme at Assam Bhavan in New Delhi on Friday.
Inaugurating the programme, Raje said she has a special bond with the Assam as she visits sacred Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati every year to pay obeisance and seek blessings from Goddess Kamakhya.
Exuding optimism that the “Ek Bharat, Shresth Bharat” programme would usher in closer ties between the people of both the States and also further strengthen the bond of unity and amity among different States of the country, Raje said she was happy to accord warm welcome to guests and dignitaries from Assam in a traditional way.
Coinciding with the programme, the Chief Minister Smt.Vasundhara Raje also inaugurated a Rajasthani Food Festival showcasing different delicacies that turned out to be a gourmet’s delight.
Assam’s Minister for Industries & Commerce Chandra Mohan Patowary, who was present on the occasion, hoped that the event would further cement the relationship among States and make India a vibrant and resilient nation.
Assam Legislative Assembly Deputy Speaker Dilip Kumar Paul and Rajya Sabha MPs Bhubaneswar Kalita and Santiuse Kujur, along with Principal Resident Commissioner, Rajasthan Smt.Shubhra Singh and Assam Bhavan Resident Commissioner Ms Rwitticka Kalita and other senior officials of the governments of Assam and Rajasthan, were also present on the occasion
The event has been organised jointly by the governments of Assam and Rajasthan. The next “Ek Bharat, Shresth Bharat” programme will be held at Rajasthan Bhavan here on 15th September to showcase Assam’s rich cultural heritage.