Who is the first chief minister of assam

Gopinath Bordoloi was elected as the Premier (Chief Minister) of Assam for the first time in 1938. However, his tenure was short-lived due to the resignation of Congress ministries in 1939 as a protest against India’s forced participation in World War II by the British government. He returned to power in 1946, a critical time leading up to India’s independence.
As the first Chief Minister of Assam post-independence, Bordoloi played a crucial role in the integration of Assam into the Indian Union. He worked tirelessly to maintain peace and stability in the region, which was witnessing significant upheaval due to partition and the migration crisis. Bordoloi’s administration focused on education, healthcare, and infrastructure development, laying the foundation for Assam’s future growth.