MLA Akhil Gogoi makes his first visit to his Sivasagar constituency. Akhil Gogoi, Sivasagar MLA, and Raijor Dal President made his first visit to his constituency on Friday, after his Thursday acquittal by an NIA court.
After landing in Sivasagar, Gogoi paid a visit to the ancient Rang Ghar. Where he was eminent by a variety of organizations and constituents. The leader prone before the populace and plight to act in their best interests.
“Please understand that by voting for me and securing my release. You have fulfill your duty, which means that half of the job has been complete. Moreover, Thank you for your support, and now it is up to me to finish the other half,” Gogoi said.
Therefore, According to the MLA, he intends to transform Sivasagar into a historic city. “On July 13, I intend to submit a resolution in the assembly asking that Sivasagar be recognized as the state’s ancient city in accordance with the Archaeological Act,” he said.
Noting that the constituency has not seen the kind of progress that it deserves. Gogoi pledged to make every effort to ensure its growth.
Meanwhile, the Guwahati Medical College Hospital (GMCH) administration asserts that Gogoi left the hospital against physicians’ recommendations. Atanu Bhyuan, a journalist stationed in Guwahati, said on Twitter, “GMCH refused to allow Akhil Gogoi to depart. He personally signed the release form and departed the hospital: GMCH supdt.”
GMCH Superintendent Abhijit Sharma wrote to the Assam Home Department on Friday, “…I would like to tell you that Shri Akhil Gogoi has left the hospital against medical advice by signing the release from responsibility for discharge.”
On Thursday, the NIA exonerated Akhil Gogoi and three of his accomplices, Dhairjya Konwar, Manas Konwar, and Bitu Sonowal, of all charges brought under the UAPA in connection with their alleged involvement in the violent anti-CAA demonstrations in Assam in December 2019.
Gogoi promptly left the hospital after his discharge and made a visit to the home of martyr Sam Stafford, who was murdered in a police shooting during the 2019 Anti-CAA demonstrations.