"Modi) will stay here only two or three hours. He is a ‘mehman’ (guest) visiting us for such a short time, so treat him as you treat a guest," Gogoi said on the sidelines of a function in Silchar.
Modi is scheduled to address a rally in Silchar on Saturday before leaving for another one to be held at Pasighat in East Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh.
Talking about the forthcoming Lok Sabha polls, the Chief Minister said the AIUDF has no future in the state.
"Many Muslims were influenced by the AIUDF and had cast their votes in favour of their candidates in the last elections but ultimately they have realized that the leaders of the party are not interested in serving them," Gogoi said.
"AIUDF leader Badruddin Ajmal contested the last Parliamentary elections from Silchar. He lost the polls, and in fact, he gave away the seat indirectly to BJP but now people will not repeat the same mistake," he added.

Gogoi claimed that Assam has reached a new era of development, which happened only because of the Congress.


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