In a tweet, Gogoi also accused visiting ministers from Delhi of hoodwinking the people.
Probably the Congress’s increasing nervousness about a Raj Bhawan that has a finger on Assam’s pulse as crucial Assembly elections approach.
The Assam government had proposed Guwahati, Jorhat, Golaghat, Silchar, Tezpur and Tinsukia for inclusion in Modi’s smart city list.
Gogoi also directed the state health and family welfare dept to immediately initiate strict legal action against those PG doctors who have violated the terms and conditions of the agreement they had signed at the time of their admission.
Gogoi said reports about the 510-MW Zangmu hydro-electric power dam by China on the Tsangpo in 2010 had already caused concern in Assam.
There is no doubt that this Narendra Modi govt has been protecting people with black money,” Gogoi said.
The chief ministers of Northeastern states have been up in arms against the BJP govt as they claim the Centre has withdrawn the special category status of the states.
He said Modi did not raise the issues of infiltration, smuggling and illegal trade along the Indo-Bangladesh border while he was in Dhaka.
Gogoi on Sunday expressed his strong resentment over the exclusion of chief ministers of the Northeastern states from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s entourage that is currently in Bangladesh.
Gogoi urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take up the issues with immediate concern to Assam – including that of the vexed infiltration problem – with his Bangladeshi counterpart during his ensuing two-day visit.
“We have neither talked to any other party regarding a possible alliance nor have considered forging any alliance in the forthcoming assembly elections,” Gogoi said.
He said that while added thrust was given on augmenting production and in raising the income of all sections of society.
Gogoi, in a letter to the PM, expressed surprise at the reported decision not to include clauses relating to the Assam sector in the protocol.
Gogoi expressed surprise at the reported decision of the Centre not to include clauses relating to the Assam sector in the protocol ratified by Parliament without any consultation with the Assam government.
The inquiry was ordered in view of the allegations of foul play leading to the death of the 14 persons.