Amit Shah to lay foundation stone of National Forensic Science University in Assam on May 26.
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Monday in a press conference informed that the Union Home Minister Amit Shah has postponed his visit to Assam scheduled on May 11 to May 26 following the situation in Manipur.
The Union Home Minister was to attend the event of distributing appointment letters to 45,000 newly recruited government jobs in Assam on May 11.
However, the Assam CM said the distribution of the appointment letters by the Home Minister has now been postponed to May 26.
He further said, although the dates for distribution of appointment letters has changed but there is no change of joining dates of the candidates which is from June 1.
Sarma further said, on the same day, the Union Home Minister will also be laying the foundation stone of the National Forensic Science University in Guwahati, Assam.
He said, “The state government will provide around 150 bigha of land nearby the AIIMS Guwahati for the construction of the University and that after Gujarat’s Ahmedabad, Guwahati will have a National Forensic Science University”.
Talking about Manipur, Sarma said Assam has sheltered over 2000 families of migrated residents of Manipur due to the on-going situation in the state.
The local administration is accordingly providing food, shelter, security to the migrants, he added.
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