“Chief minister’s diary” will chronicle his days in office and events of the government, he said.
On May 10 last year, Sarma was sworn in as the chief minister of Assam. The BJP led government came to power for the second consecutive term in assembly polls held in March-April last year. BJP replaced Sarbananda Sonowal with Sarma as the chief minister.
Sarma while talking to media persons recently said, “I will come up with a book on May 10 this year. The book will detail how I spent time in official work and how the office of chief minister and government functioned in the last one year.”
He added, “The book is an attempt to provide glimpses to the people on the day to day functioning of the government and will bring people closer to the government. I am already maintaining a diary and the book will be known as the chief minister’s diary.”
Sarma has already authored a couple of books. Some of the events which are likely to find place in book included state government’s tirade against drugs besides waiving of micro finance loan.
The state government has announced that before March this year the government will provide one lakh government jobs.
Sarma recently stated, “we have held 31 Cabinet meetings in the last 8 months, several militant organizations have returned to mainstream, Assam police went all out in ensuring law & order. We have been successful in ensuring minimal casualties on New Year’s Eve”.
He added, “In last 8 months, Assam Police performed commendably. For the 1st time, the number of disposed cases is more than those registered. Last year, 1,32,000 cases were registered and 1,34,000 cases were disposed”.