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VIRAL VIDEO- When Assam CM Himanta Sarma Reprimands DC For Traffic Jam

In a video shared by news agency ANI, Sarma could be seen infuriated with the traffic as he calls for the DC of the Nagaon region.

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  • Chief Minister Sarma further told the government official that this should not be repeated in the future. The incident took place near Gumothagaon on the National Highway 37.

VIRAL VIDEO-  Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Saturday, January 15, lashed out at officials who blocked the road upon his arrival near Gumothagaon on National Highway 37. The Chief Minister said he is no king to be given special treatment by creating inconvenience to the common man. Himanta Biswa was in the area to lay the foundation stone of a road.

Speaking about the incident, CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said, “I reprimanded officials concerned for halting traffic for me, despite clear direction not to create inconvenience for people during my visit. For over 15 mins, NH was blocked, including ambulances. This VIP culture is not acceptable in today’s Assam”.

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In a Viral video shared by news agency ANI, Sarma could be seen infuriated with the traffic as he calls for the DC of the Nagaon region.

“Arey DC sahab yeh kya natak hai. Kyun gadi ruka hai? Koi raja, maharaja aa raha hai kya? (What is this drama? Why are the cars stuck in traffic? Is a king or emperor coming for a visit?),” he asked the deputy commissioner.

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Chief Minister Sarma further told the government official that this should not be repeated in the future. The incident took place near Gumothagaon on the National Highway 37.

The chief minister was in Nagaon earlier in the day to offer his prayers at the Maha Mrityunjay Temple on the first day of Magh – considered to be the eleventh month of the Hindu calendar.

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