Himanta Biswa Sarma asserted that he has shut down 600 madrassas and plans to close them all in order to create more space for schools, colleges, and institutions. Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, asserted on Thursday that he has shuttered 600 madrassas and plans to close them all because he prefers schools, colleges, and universities. Speaking to a crowd for “Shiva Charithe” at Belgavi’s Shivaji Maharaj Garden in the next election-bound state of Karnataka, Sarma claimed that visitors from Bangladesh pose a threat to the civilization and culture of the northeastern state. “People from Bangladesh travel to Assam and endanger our culture and civilization. We don’t want madrassas, so I’ve closed 600 of them and plan to close them all. The news agency ANI stated, “We want schools, colleges, and universities.
Sarma asserted that Assam has turned into a hub of “jihadi operations” last year after five “jihadi” modules with connections to Bangladeshi terror organisations with ties to Al Qaida were discovered. At least six ABT members from Bangladesh entered India illegally between 2016 and 2017, according to intelligence reports, Sarma added, in order to establish terror modules and sleeper cells by indoctrinating local youths with “jihadi” doctrine. Sarma also attacked the Congress during the Belgavi event, saying the group represented the “new Mughals today” and that it demonstrated how the Mughal monarchs were the focus of India’s history.”The former ruler of Delhi once spoke of tearing down temples, but today, under PM Modi’s leadership, I am speaking about erecting temples. It’s a new India. The Congress is attempting to undermine the new India. Today, Congress is speaking on behalf of the new Mughals “said Sarma. The Assam chief minister claimed that Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was also a significant figure in Indian history and accused Congress and Communists of emphasising the Mughals in that period. “The Communists and the Congress demonstrated that Babur, Aurangzeb, and Shajahan were crucial to the history of India. I want to emphasise that they were not the focus of India’s history; rather, it was about Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Guru Gobind Singh, “added he.
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