Ahead of the GMC elections, the Chief Minister of Assam promised to improve the infrastructure.


Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Sunday launched her campaign for the Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC) elections, promising better infrastructure for the people.

Sarma addressed several rallies in different parts of the city including Narangi and Chandmari areas.
Over the next 4 years, we promise to establish government hospitals, provide drinking water to as many households as possible, and improve other infrastructure facilities in GMC wards.

He also assured the provision of adequate government funds for development works.

There will be no shortage of funds for development work in the wards. To reduce congestion in the city, government offices will be shifted to Betkuchi, “the chief minister wrote.

The Assam State Election Commission had earlier announced that elections for all the 60 wards of the GMC would be held on April 22 and counting of votes would take place on April 24.

A total of 7,96,829 voters are eligible to exercise their franchise at 789 polling stations.

The commission has decided to use EVM in elections.

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