1. Golaghat, Assam, glowed with over 100,000 earthen lamps to greet PM Modi’s visit.
2. The illuminated landscape signified unity and excitement for the Prime Minister’s arrival.
3. The region eagerly anticipates PM Modi’s two-day trip, symbolizing hope for development.

Golaghat, March 08: Over 100,000 earthen lamps illuminated the night sky in Golaghat, Assam, to welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit. The glowing lights symbolized unity and anticipation for the Prime Minister’s two-day trip to the region.

Prime Minister Modi’s agenda includes inaugurating projects worth ₹18,000 crore in Jorhat, starting with an event this afternoon.

He will then visit the Kaziranga National Park, where he will spend the night at the Assam Police Guest House within the park’s Kohora Range.

The next day, Prime Minister Modi will embark on a safari in Kaziranga before heading to Arunachal Pradesh for scheduled events.

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Highlighting his engagements is the inauguration of an 84-foot statue of Ahom warrior Lachit Borphukan in Jorhat, followed by a public address in Meleng Meteli Pothar.

Through virtual platforms, Prime Minister Modi will inaugurate the Tinsukia Medical College and Hospital, a Child Care Unit at B. Baruah Cancer Institute in Guwahati, the Barauni to Guwahati natural gas pipeline, and two crude oil pumping stations of Oil India Limited.

He will also lay the foundation stone for the Sivasagar Medical College and Hospital, the Guwahati and Digboi Refinery expansion projects, and IOCL’s Bethkuchi Terminal in Guwahati.

Additionally, he will virtually dedicate the doubling of railway lines from Dhupdhara to Chaygaon and New Bongaigaon to Sarbhog.

Moreover, he will officiate the ‘Griha Pravesh’ ceremony for over 550,000 homes built under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, underscoring his commitment to infrastructure development.