Himanta Biswa Sarma, the Chief Minister of Assam, warned that the northeastern state might become another Jammu and Kashmir, and asked the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to protect Hindus “‘Aggression’ by a group of individuals from a certain community.
Yesterday, Sarma paid a visit to the RSS headquarters in Silchar, Assam. “Assam is going to become another Kashmir,” he stated in a closed-door meeting at the HQ.
“Because of human violence, satras are in grave danger. Simultaneously, Hindus residing in the state’s tea region and far-flung border villages are on the danger of extinction due to widespread violence.
The Assam Chief Minister then urged the RSS to travel to regions where Hindus are concentrated in order to preserve institutions from threat. He believes the RSS is capable of doing so due of its grassroots organisation and strong ties with ordinary people in rural regions.
With regard to the CAA and the NRC, Sarma stated that while “certain individuals” in the state remain adamant opponents of the two issues, things have begun to shift.
“Members of the intelligentsia recently gathered and told me that Bengali Hindus will never pose a danger to the Assamese community. Assamese people have now grasped the truth “‘I told the RSS workers,’ he said.