Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma Says Assam Has Almost Become 'Second Kashmir'
The CM has also sought the help of RSS to save the Hindus in Assam from the clutches of a section of people belonging to a particular community.
Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma recently said in a meeting in the Barak Valley that the situation in Assam is becoming like Kashmir. He also requested the RSS to save the Hindus in Assam. The Chief Minister targeted and particular community and said that the people of that community living in remote areas of Assam are endangering the lives of the Hindus with their "aggression".
The Chief Minister was on a 2-day visit to the Barak Valley. The first place that he headed to was the district organisational headquarters of RSS Cachar, Keshav Niketan, which is in Silchar.
In the meeting with the leaders of RSS Cachar, the Chief Minister pointed out, "Assam is going to become another Kashmir. Satras are in great danger because of aggression by a section of people. At the same time, the Hindus living in the tea belt and far-flung border areas of the state are also on the verge of extinction because of massive aggression."
He requested the RSS to help him save the Hindus of the state and said, "I urge upon the RSS karyakartas to go to the areas and consolidate Hindus to save the institutions from the danger. You can do it because you have a grassroot-level organization and strong bond with common people in remote areas. I request the Sangh to help the government in this direction."
He added, "It's true that there are some people in the state who are staunch opponents of CAA and NRC. However, things have begun changing. We are trying to make them understand that the CAA and NRC are not against the interest of Assam and Assamese people. Members from the intelligentsia, who met me recently, conveyed the massage to me that Bengali Hindus are never a threat to the Assamese community. People of Assam now understand the reality."