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Pakistan, Bangladesh communal as they have no Hindu leaders, says Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma

Speaking at an event where Mohan Bhagwat launched a book on CAA and NRC, Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said the concept of secularism needs to be defined in the context of Indian civilisation. The Assam CM added that Pakistan and Bangladesh became communal due to the absence of Hindu leaders.



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  • July 22, 2021
  • UPDATED: July 22, 2021 10:18 IST
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Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday said Pakistan and Bangladesh were not secular due to the absence of Hindu leaders in the two countries.

Speaking at a function in Guwahati where RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat launched a book on CAA and NRC, the Assam CM said, “India remains a secular country. In Pakistan and Bangladesh, Hindus were not leaders, so they became communal,” Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

Asserting that the concept of secularism needs to be defined in the context of “Indian civilization”, Himanta Biswa Sarma said, “if someone tries to define secularism in the context of the UK and USA, then that is wrong. You have to define secularism in India in the context of its own civilization. This is what we need to do.”

The Assam CM said he remains a supporter of the CAA, which in Assam's context could give citizenship to Hindu migrants from Bangladesh, and added that there was a need to find a way to address concerns over protecting Assamese identity, while finding a way to “balance everything and contribute to nation building”.

“We have a duty to displace people who have been persecuted. But we have to address the identity issues faced by the Assamese. On one hand, we have religion, civilization and at the same time, we have to protect our culture, because India respects diversity. We need to protect the Assamese culture and I am sure that they will find a way to balance and contribute to nation building,” Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said the CAA cannot give equal rights to Hindu and Muslim migrants from neighbouring countries.

“For protesters from outside Assam, the demand is that Hindu migrants alone should not be given citizenship, Muslim migrants too should be covered. In Assam, however, the protest against the Act focussed on a demand that neither Hindus nor Muslims from other countries should be given citizenship. It was the so-called secular protesters at the national level who tried to give a communal colour to the entire protests", the CM claimed.

 

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Pakistan, Bangladesh communal as they have no Hindu leaders, says Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma

Speaking at an event where Mohan Bhagwat launched a book on CAA and NRC, Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said the concept of secularism needs to be defined in the context of Indian civilisation. The Assam CM added that Pakistan and Bangladesh became communal due to the absence of Hindu leaders.



  • Guwahati
  • July 22, 2021
  • UPDATED: July 22, 2021 10:18 IST
Himanta Biswa Sarma

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday said Pakistan and Bangladesh were not secular due to the absence of Hindu leaders in the two countries.

Speaking at a function in Guwahati where RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat launched a book on CAA and NRC, the Assam CM said, “India remains a secular country. In Pakistan and Bangladesh, Hindus were not leaders, so they became communal,” Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

Asserting that the concept of secularism needs to be defined in the context of “Indian civilization”, Himanta Biswa Sarma said, “if someone tries to define secularism in the context of the UK and USA, then that is wrong. You have to define secularism in India in the context of its own civilization. This is what we need to do.”

The Assam CM said he remains a supporter of the CAA, which in Assam's context could give citizenship to Hindu migrants from Bangladesh, and added that there was a need to find a way to address concerns over protecting Assamese identity, while finding a way to “balance everything and contribute to nation building”.

“We have a duty to displace people who have been persecuted. But we have to address the identity issues faced by the Assamese. On one hand, we have religion, civilization and at the same time, we have to protect our culture, because India respects diversity. We need to protect the Assamese culture and I am sure that they will find a way to balance and contribute to nation building,” Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said the CAA cannot give equal rights to Hindu and Muslim migrants from neighbouring countries.

“For protesters from outside Assam, the demand is that Hindu migrants alone should not be given citizenship, Muslim migrants too should be covered. In Assam, however, the protest against the Act focussed on a demand that neither Hindus nor Muslims from other countries should be given citizenship. It was the so-called secular protesters at the national level who tried to give a communal colour to the entire protests", the CM claimed.

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Pakistan, Bangladesh communal as they have no Hindu leaders, says Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma

Speaking at an event where Mohan Bhagwat launched a book on CAA and NRC, Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said the concept of secularism needs to be defined in the context of Indian civilisation. The Assam CM added that Pakistan and Bangladesh became communal due to the absence of Hindu leaders.



  • Guwahati
  • July 22, 2021
  • UPDATED: July 22, 2021 10:18 IST
Himanta Biswa Sarma

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday said Pakistan and Bangladesh were not secular due to the absence of Hindu leaders in the two countries.

Speaking at a function in Guwahati where RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat launched a book on CAA and NRC, the Assam CM said, “India remains a secular country. In Pakistan and Bangladesh, Hindus were not leaders, so they became communal,” Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

Asserting that the concept of secularism needs to be defined in the context of “Indian civilization”, Himanta Biswa Sarma said, “if someone tries to define secularism in the context of the UK and USA, then that is wrong. You have to define secularism in India in the context of its own civilization. This is what we need to do.”

The Assam CM said he remains a supporter of the CAA, which in Assam's context could give citizenship to Hindu migrants from Bangladesh, and added that there was a need to find a way to address concerns over protecting Assamese identity, while finding a way to “balance everything and contribute to nation building”.

“We have a duty to displace people who have been persecuted. But we have to address the identity issues faced by the Assamese. On one hand, we have religion, civilization and at the same time, we have to protect our culture, because India respects diversity. We need to protect the Assamese culture and I am sure that they will find a way to balance and contribute to nation building,” Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said the CAA cannot give equal rights to Hindu and Muslim migrants from neighbouring countries.

“For protesters from outside Assam, the demand is that Hindu migrants alone should not be given citizenship, Muslim migrants too should be covered. In Assam, however, the protest against the Act focussed on a demand that neither Hindus nor Muslims from other countries should be given citizenship. It was the so-called secular protesters at the national level who tried to give a communal colour to the entire protests", the CM claimed.

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MUH HUH AMERICA DOESN’T HAVE A HINDU PRESIDENT ?

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What do you mean we don't have 'Hindu leaders'.. we do..

Off the top of my head..

- Prashanta Kumar Haldar (P.K Haldar)

- Ex - Police OC Pradeep Kumar Das

- Disgraced BAL leader Shourenjit Sen Gupto


Need I list more ?
 

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Pakistan never claimed to be a secular nation... we are an Islamic republic and have always been since day 1.

It is India itself which has claimed to be sickular since 47. Why hasnt India had any muslim PMs? especially when muslims are 20% of the population? Sure BD claims to be secular but their hindu population is a lot less than the muslim population in India.
 

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It is India itself which has claimed to be sickular since 47. Why hasnt India had any muslim PMs? especially when muslims are 20% of the population? Sure BD claims to be secular but their hindu population is a lot less than the muslim population in India.
Sickular was just a ploy to get many Muslim majority districts in 1947, and the ploy worked.
 

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Pakistan never claimed to be a secular nation... we are an Islamic republic and have always been since day 1.

It is India itself which has claimed to be sickular since 47. Why hasnt India had any muslim PMs? especially when muslims are 20% of the population? Sure BD claims to be secular but their hindu population is a lot less than the muslim population in India.
Assam has 35 percent Muslim, still no Muslim Chief Minister in the last 75 years. It seems these hindutva uglies never look at mirror for obvious bitterness related to their looks.
 
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What do you mean we don't have 'Hindu leaders'.. we do..

Off the top of my head..

- Prashanta Kumar Haldar (P.K Haldar)

- Ex - Police OC Pradeep Kumar Das

- Disgraced BAL leader Shourenjit Sen Gupto


Need I list more ?
Irony is that all of them are criminals, the first two are Daagi (marked) Criminals.

I doubt any Muslim would be given any chance to achieve such high status such as these in Indian society. Much less commit crimes with this much abandon from their lofty perches.
 

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Irony is that all of them are criminals, the first two are Daagi (marked) Criminals.

I doubt any Muslim would be given any chance to achieve such high status such as these in Indian society. Much less commit crimes with this much abandon from their lofty perches.
You don't know Indian society. That's understandable, jihad loving extremists don't understand how others work.

Indian society has elevated the late former President Abdul Kalaam as the most revered President of India.
 

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Representation of all minorities is a constitutional guarantee in Pakistan.

The constitution aspires to alleviate the citizens from all shackles of exploitation of cast, creed and color.

Indian politicians should stop provoking other countries where Indian citizens aspire to migrate to.
You don't know Indian society. That's understandable, jihad loving extremists don't understand how others work.

Indian society has elevated the late former President Abdul Kalaam as the most revered President of India.
His statue was last seen being dragged while he was called traitor to country.

Why don't you do a little Jihad to sustain Kalaams legacy?
 

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You don't know Indian society. That's understandable, jihad loving extremists don't understand how others work.

Indian society has elevated the late former President Abdul Kalaam as the most revered President of India.
Every body knows what Indian society stands for and how many opportunities Muslims get in that backward society.

We have seen people dragged into the street and killed because they found beef in their refrigerator. We have seen the protestors at Jamia Islamia (they were protesting nothing, right?). We have also seen Shaheen Bagh, CAA. NRC.

Meanwhile Hindus stay mum (mouni) because they approve oppressions of Muslims in private.

Try to go get an apartment in Mumbai sometime, saying you're Muslim. See how far you get.

Yeah tell us more about how Muslims fare in India under Sanghi scum. I'm all ears.









Even some of the Jewish press/media is condemning Indian Hindutva racism against Indian Muslims.



Jworldtimes.com
 
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Hindu Sanghi mentality only flourishes in India, in western countries they're narrative gets caught out, their fake cry for help gets caught out.

Indian BJP type mentality = an ugly face and gets caught out quite quickly.

Indians suffer from such a big complex that their ministers step on the podium and talk about Muslim this Muslim that bla bla bla 24/7 whereas in BD and Pakistan you don't see them fixating on India on any of it's issues. We have all the ammunition to, but still choose otherwise.

Indians are some of the most complex ridden people in the world, when I was in Uni these weirdo would ask me awkward questions about my country, with some kind of insinuation or meaning behind it. You can differentiate between intrigue and a question that suffers from a complex.

Best to stay away from them.
 

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Sickular was just a ploy to get many Muslim majority districts in 1947, and the ploy worked.
Exactly, map of India would look very different if RSS and not soft Hindutva Congress was leading party. Plus British played dirty with christians states in NE India and sikhs, only giving them option of either Pakistan or India. Sikhs though bhooka nanga docile gangu hindu will treat them like royals unlike muslims in Pakistan.

Same reason muslim Bengali joined Pakistan movement despite such country separated by thousand miles had little future. Jinnah knew this.

Now India have turned in to full hindutva and all of minorities life in hell. All because of British.
 

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