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PM Modi visits Dhola - Sadia Bridge across River Brahamputra in Purana Sadiya, Assam
On 3-year anniversary, PM Modi gifts northeast the 'Bhupen Hazarika Bridge'
India's Longest Bridge To Be Named After Singer Bhupen Hazarika
Today, three years ago, Narendra Modi took charge of the country as the Prime Minister after a landslide victory in 2014 Lok Sabha elections defeating the Congress-led government that ruled for 10 years. As a part of elaborate celebrations of the three-year anniversary of the BJP-led government as well as its one year in Assam, PM Modi today inaugurated India's longest bridge - the Dhola-Sadiya bridge in Tinsukia district. He then addressed a rally in Assam and spoke about how this bridge will bring a new economic revolution in the country. "If Atal ji's government were re-elected in 2004, you would have got this bridge 10 years ago," PM Modi said about the five-decade-old dream, which he said will be named after famous singer Bhupen Hazarika. He also stressed on the need of infrastructure for permanent development
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