Visit North-East in Twitter; follow Sushma Swaraj

Sushma Swaraj
Guwahati, Mar 29: Sometimes it is really surprising and shocking that many Indians do not have an idea about several parts of the country, especially about the North-Eastern zone. Indians are worried about Pakistan's attempt to seize Kashmir but very few know about Arunachal Pradesh on which China has its hawk-eyes set. Most Indians do not have any idea about the beauty of the region, with focus only on the ULFA issue.

Now, it seems that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sushma Swaraj has taken the initiative to introduce the beautiful region to the people of the country. Yes, Sushma is once again back with her Twitter journey but this time not in Kashmir but in the North-East.

One of the crucial states in North-East, Assam is going to have its crucial assembly polls on Apr 13 and senior BJP leaders including Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley reached there to campaign for their party.

Continuing her trend in Twitter, Sushma kept the attention of her followers in the social blog site as she delineated the region in her tweets. Sushma first became the talk of the town when she kept updating people about BJP's 'Tiranga Yatra' to Kashmir.

"Campaigning in Barak Valley in Assam.We had good meetings in Silchar & Barkhola.The helicopter cud not land in N Karimganj due to heavy rain. This area is not far from Cherrapunji which has maximum rainfall in the world," tweeted Sushma while starting the campaign in Assam on Tuesday, Mar 29.

Showing her regards towards the musical gems of the region, Sushma tweeted, "Northeast is the land of great maestros - the great SD Burman and Bhupen Hazarika. I hear the sound of music in Northeast."

However, Sushma also showed her confidence on her party as she claimed, "When you are in the election mode you are focused only on winning. So we are fighting to form the government. Our aim is to form the government on our own."

Now, time will show whether BJP will post their victory in the state or not but Sushma's initiative to introduce the not 'popular' region to the 'unaware' people will definitely work as a booster to win the hearts of the 'ignored' people of that place.

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