Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma extends heartfelt congratulations to Mizoram Chief Minister Lalduhoma during their breakfast meeting, marking their first one-on-one interaction post-election victory. Sarma commends Lalduhoma’s emphatic win in the Vidhan Sabha elections and initiates discussions aimed at enhancing the bond between Assam and Mizoram.
In a congenial atmosphere, the two leaders engage in constructive dialogues to ensure sustained peace and progress between their respective states. Sarma’s gesture underscores the importance of fostering amicable relations and collaborative efforts for the overall development of the region.
Lalduhoma, born on February 22, 1949, is a seasoned Indian politician and former Indian Police Service officer. Serving as the 6th Chief Minister of Mizoram since December 8, 2023, he has played a pivotal role in state politics. Despite facing challenges, including disqualification from the Indian National Congress, Lalduhoma remains a prominent figure, leading the Zoram Nationalist Party and contributing to the coalition party Zoram People’s Movement.
His dedication to public service and commitment to regional development are evident through his unwavering leadership and electoral victories. The exchange between Sarma and Lalduhoma signifies a promising step towards fostering cooperation and camaraderie between Assam and Mizoram, paving the way for a brighter future for both states.