I have closed 600 madrassas and intend to close all: Himanta Sarma in Karnataka

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Thursday said that he has closed 600 madrassas and intends to close all of them as he wants schools, colleges and universities in the state.

Addressing a rally in poll-bound Karanataka, Sarma alleged that people from Bangladesh come to northeastern state and disrupt its civilisation and culture.

“People from Bangladesh come to Assam and create a threat to our civilisation and culture. I have closed 600 madrassas and I intend to close all madrassas because we do not want madrassas. We want schools, colleges and universities,” news agency ANI quoted Sarma.

Launching its attack on Congress, Assam Chief Minister said that it represents ‘new Mughal today’ and the party is working to weaken this new India.

“Once upon a time, the ruler of Delhi used to talk about demolishing temples. This is new India. Congress is working to weaken this new India. Congress is representing the new Mughals today,” Sarma said.

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