Assam CM: Madrasas are not needed in new India: Assam CM Himanta | india news

Belagavi: BJP-ruled Assam intends to lock down the rest of its madrassas Having already converted those schools into normal schools which were funded by the state because “there is no need for any such religious education in the new India”, the Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said in election-bound Karnataka on Thursday.
“Assam needs schools, colleges and universities to prepare doctors, engineers and other professionals to serve the state and the country,” Sarma said at the inauguration of a light-and-sound show on Chhatrapati Shivaji in Belagavi. “

The BJP-led government closed nearly 600 state-run madrassas last year, but left out madrassas run by private organizations. The Gauhati High Court upheld the decision after it was legally challenged.
“I come from Assam, which faces the threat of infiltration from Bangladesh every day. Our culture and traditions are under threat. We have to change our education system. Time has come to rewrite our history in a new way because it has been distorted.
Assam CM It also took a dig at the Congress, accusing the grand old party of representing the “new Mughals”. “Earlier, the Mughal invaders tried to weaken India. Now Congress is doing it. Why do you speak in favor of Babri Masjid and not for this Ram Mandir, Assam CM said. Sarma said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leading a “new India” that is determined to reclaim its culture, traditions and temples. “I hear people saying, ‘I am a proud Muslim’ or ‘I am a proud Christian’. We want people who say, ‘I am a proud Hindu’. People try to create differences between us. Let’s try. But we should know that we are Hindus and Indians. Sanatan is the only way this country will be strong,” the chief minister said.

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