Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma today visited ‘Shaktipeeth’ Malini Than at Likabali in Assam-Arunachal border today and offered prayers seeking divine blessings for the health and well-being of all sections of the people of the state.
It may be noted that Malini Than archaeological site belongs to the early medieval period and was built by Chutiya kings in the 13th -14th century.
The Chief Minister Dr. Sarma visiting the Than took a look at the ruins of the archaeological site which are preserved at the temple campus. During the visit, the Chief Minister was also felicitated by the Malini Than archaeological site management committee and expressed its gratitude to the Chief Minister for having visited the site.
Union Minister of State for Food Processing Industries Rameswar Teli, Education Minister Dr. Ranuj Pegu, Tea Tribes Welfare Minster Sanjay Kishan, MPs Pradan Baruah and Kamakhya Prasad Tasa, MLAs Bhuban Pegu and Taranga Gogoi was also present during the visit of the Chief Minister.
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