In Assam, Himanta Sarma Asks Immigrant Muslims To Control Population
Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma touched a uncooked nerve at this time saying “social menaces” like land encroachment might be solved if the immigrant Muslims comply with a household planning norm and management their inhabitants.
The Bengali-speaking Muslims of central and decrease Assam are thought of immigrant Muslims from Bangladesh. In the final meeting polls, the BJP’s narrative has been to guard the indigenous communities of Assam in opposition to them.
Immigrant Muslims comprise round 31 per cent of Assam’s 3.12 crore inhabitants and are a deciding consider as many as 35 of the 126 meeting seats.
“We have already enacted a population policy in the last assembly session. But particularly we want to work with the minority Muslim community to reduce the population burden. Social menaces like poverty, land encroachment, have their root in the population explosion. If we can control the population, we can solve several social problems… if the immigrant Muslims can adopt a decent family norms — this is my appeal to them,” he added.
Encroachment can’t be allowed on forest and temple lands, the Chief Minister mentioned.
“But I understand that it is due to high growth of population. I understand the pressure on the other side. Where will the people stay?” Mr Sarma mentioned, including he want to work on this subject with all of the stakeholders, together with organizations like Badruddin Ajmal’s get together AIUDF and the All Assam Minority Students’ Union or AAMSU.
“If the population explosion continues, one day even the Kamakhya temple land will be encroached upon, even my house will be,” he added.