Assam Chief Minister gave a big statement about staying in Congress

New Delhi:

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma while talking to NDTV said that he wasted 22 years of his life while in Congress.

Regarding coming to BJP from Congress, Himanta Biswa said that it was not like a change of ideology.

He further said that while in Congress you are always worshiping a family, while in BJP you worship the country.

CM Himanta left the Congress in the year 2015 and joined BJP.

After this, the party made him the CM of the state after the victory in Assam. 

In a conversation with NDTV, Himanta Biswa Sarma said that generally Hindus do not participate in riots.

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said this to NDTV on Thursday.

Whereas strong allegations are leveled against BJP regarding its approach.

The party is blamed for most of the communal violence in the country.

Sarma in the context of his said statement inciting rhetoric by his party leaders, "love jihad" and his remarks on Aftab Poonawalla, the man arrested in connection with the murder of his girlfriend, or Union Home Minister Amit Shah's 2002 riots". Asked to clarify his stand on the "teach a lesson" remark, he said, "For you it is a communal statement, for any left-leaning person it is a communal statement, but I have said it in a national spirit." ." 

On propagating the claims of love jihad, he said, there is a conspiracy in which Muslim men are accused of wooing Hindus.

Women are forced to accept Islam.

Sarma said that, "I see this (ignoring love jihad) as appeasement politics by some people. It is a matter of concern for the safety of women. There is evidence of love jihad. Even Aftab Poonawalla's The polygraph test also said that he disclosed that his deeds would be exposed and he would get Jannat. There are reports on this." 

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