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I will be CM one day, Tell your mother

When I was at Cotton College, Sarma told me, “I want to be the Chief Minister.”

According to the 22-year-old Sarma, when she told his mother what she had expected of his future career, this was his reply:

At our first meeting, I had just turned 22 and he was 17, I smiled and told Riniki B:

He was first elected to the Assembly on June 7, 2001.

He had previously been in public office for several years, but when he was sworn in today (during the ceremony for the swearing-in of the new state chief minister), she was speechless. Even last night, she said he was the Chief Minister, and he responded, “You are”

“If the law permits, it is Himanta and our children forever.” I cannot empathize with him. It will take me some time to get used to him running the State “She went on to say Riniki Bhiarma, a technology entrepreneur.

Though an individual in public life faces many dangers, I’m certain he will triumph over them all with a spirit of confidence and belief in his heart and mind as well as his faith in both heart and faith.

And the couple has two twins. After attending the Doon College, they both cleared the Class 12 examination.

What do you think?

Written by Ankur J Kakoti


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