No violence can affect desire for peace: Sonowal
Guwahati (Assam) [India], Jan. 26 (ANI): Following the serial blasts in Assam, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Thursday said that the government will continue to fight against insurgency, adding the people of the state stand united.
"We will continue to fight terror, we are united. The perpetrators are cowards. The people of Assam proved that we have zero tolerance on terrorism by participating in the Republic Day celebration," Sonowal told ANI.
He said no violence can affect the people's desire for peace as people across Assam stand united against violence.
"I would like to wish the people of Assam very happy Republic Day as the people have celebrated with great furor. It shows that that people of Assam are against terrorism. We are very thankful to the people for supporting us. We will work for the development of the state. PM Modi took special attention to Assam and it encourages us," he added
Six low intensity blasts were reported in Assam and Manipur earlier today. (ANI)