Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, and JP Nadda, the party’s national president, will launch the BJP’s largest Northeast office tomorrow in Guwahati. The regional headquarters of the party will be located at this office. Along with other prominent Assamese party officials, Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, and others would be present.
The one lakh square foot, the six-story structure will offer cutting-edge amenities, including a guest house and a contemporary media center. Five thousand people can fit inside, according to party sources. Another prominent party leader claimed that the new structure, worth 25 crores, was erected using donations from party members.
A 350-seat auditorium and five conference rooms are included in the facility.
In February 2019, Mr. Shah, serving as the party President at the time, laid the cornerstone for this office.
“The expansion of the BJP in Assam began in 1980, when we first set up shop in a bit of office at Uzan Bazar, then relocated to a rented space on Zoo Road, and finally to Hengrabari. With this new workplace, our ambition has at last been realized. With 45 lakh members now, we believe this position would benefit the BJP for at least 40 years, “BJP Treasurer for Assam and senior party leader Raj Kumar Sarma.
The BJP party workers’ gathering at the Veterinary College is another event that Mr. Shah and Mr. Nadda are slated to attend in Guwahati.