Biography of Shri Sarbanada Sonowal- The Current Chief Minister of Assam

Sarbananda Sonowal (conceived 31 October 1961) is an Indian legislator who has been Chief Minister of Assam since 2016.

He was chosen to the sixteenth Lok Sabha from the Lakhimpur Lok Sabha voting demographic in Assam as an individual from the Bharatiya Janata Party. He has already filled in as the president for BJP Assam,and is likewise a National Executive Member of the gathering. Sonowal was the leader of the All Assam Students Union from 1992 to 1999. Until January 2011, he was an individual from the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) political gathering yet later joined the Bharatiya Janata Party. He is prevalently known as a firebrand and dynamic youth politician, additionally viewed as a Jatiya Nayak of Assam, a title given by the AASU, the most established understudy body of the state.

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In May 2016, he was chosen to the Assam Legislative Assembly from Majuli and was confirmed as the fourteenth Chief Minister of Assam.

Early life and training

Sarbananda Sonowal was conceived on 31 October 1961 in Molokgaon situated in the Dibrugarh area of Assam to Shri Jibeswar Sonowal and Dineswari Sonowal. He did his Bachelor of English Honors from Dibrugarh University and went ahead to do his LLB from Guwahati University. He additionally began his political vocation from here.

Political profession

Chief Minister of Assam Shri Sarbanada Sonowal

Sarbananda Sonowal was the President of Assam’s most seasoned understudy body, the All Assam Students Union from 1992 to 1999. From that point forward, he turned into an individual from the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP). In 2001, he was chosen the MLA from Assam’s Moran voting demographic. In 2004, he turned into a Lok Sabha part speaking to Dibrugarh voting public and kept on being so till 2009 preceding joining the Bharatiya Janata Party in 2011. In 2014 general decision for Lok Sabha he was named to head State’s sixteenth Lok Sabha Elections Assam by Bharatiya Janata Party, and around the same time he was additionally chosen as Member of Parliament, sixteenth Lok Sabha from Lakhimpur Constituency, he was then named as Union Minister of State-Independent Charge, of the Government of India under the Modi Government at the inside. He was chosen as the CM hopeful of BJP for the 2016 Assam Assembly Election. On 19 May 2016, Sarbananda Sonowal won the Assembly Election from Majuli Constituency making himself the following Chief Minister of Assam from Bharatiya Janata Party.

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Personal information

Sarbananda Sonowal surrendered from every single official post inside AGP and left the gathering, because of disappointment with and among the senior administration of the gathering who were attempting to manufacture a cooperation with a gathering that was against the rejecting of the disputable IMDT Act. On 8 February 2011, Sonowal joined BJP within the sight of the then BJP National President Nitin Gadkari and senior pioneers like Varun Gandhi, Vijay Goel, Bijoya Chakravarty and state BJP president Ranjit Dutta. He was promptly delegated as an individual from the BJP National Executive and later on the State Spokesperson of the BJP unit, before his present task to head the state as the new president. On 28 January 2016, BJP Parliamentary Board declared Sarbananda Sonowal as BJP Chief Ministerial hopeful of Assam. He isn’t married.

Positions held

Chief Minister of Assam Shri Sarbanada Sonowal

2001-2004: Elected as MLA, Assam Legislative Assembly from Moran Constituency

2004: Elected as Member of Parliament, fourteenth Lok Sabha from Dibrugarh Constituency

2005: Appointed Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Home Affairs

2006: Appointed Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Commerce and Industry

2011: Appointed as National Executive Member of Bharatiya Janata Party

2011: Appointed as State Spokesperson and General Secretary for Assam Bharatiya Janata Party

2012: Appointed as State President for Assam Bharatiya Janata Party

2014: Appointed to head State’s sixteenth Lok Sabha Elections Assam Bharatiya Janata Party

2014: Elected as Member of Parliament, sixteenth Lok Sabha from Lakhimpur Constituency

2014: Appointed as Union Minister of State-Independent Charge, Republic of India.

2016: Declared as BJP Chief priest contender for 2016 Assam get together elections.

2016: Member of Assam Legislative Assembly from Majuli Constituency

2016– Present: fourteenth Chief Minister of Assam

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Social and social exercises

President – All Assam Students Union, 1992– 1999

Administrator – North East Students Organization, 1996– 2000

Games and clubs

Football, Cricket and Badminton

Part evacuating the IMDT Act

Looked with the issue of gigantic relocation from Bangladesh into Assam, the administration attempted to set up enactment to identify and expel remote nationals. In the end, the Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunal) Act, 1983 (IMDT Act) appeared following the Assam Accord marked between the Government of India and the All Assam Students Union (AASU) to end the decade-long hostile to outsider unsettling.

The IMDT Act is an instrument gone by Indian Parliament when there was no MP chose from Assam, to recognize illicit outsiders (from Bangladesh) and remove them from Assam. While the IMDT Act works just in Assam, the Foreigners Act (1946) applies to whatever is left of the nation. It is appropriate to those Bangladeshi nationals who settled in Assam on or after 25 March 1971. Under the Act, the onus of demonstrating the citizenship of a speculated expatriate lays on the complainant, regularly the police. Then again, as per the arrangements of the Foreigners Act, the onus lies with the individual suspected to be an outsider.

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Sonowal took the issue of Bangladeshi penetration to the Supreme Court. By its judgment dated 12 July 2005, the court struck down the Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunal) Act, 1983, as unlawful and named Bangladeshi invasion an “outside animosity” and coordinated that “the Bangladesh nationals who have wrongfully crossed the fringe and have trespassed into Assam or are living in different parts of the nation have no lawful right of any sort to stay in India and they are at risk to be extradited.”

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