‘As long as Hindus remain, the country will be safe’, Himanta Sarma said in Telangana, said- those with four marriages…

Himanta Biswa Sarma In Telangana: After Karnataka, now the politics of Telangana has started heating up. After the results of Karnataka, BJP has turned its attention to the neighboring state. BJP took out Hindu Ekta Yatra in Telangana on Sunday (May 15). Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma and Telangana BJP chief Bandi Sanjay Kumar participated in this visit.

In this visit, Himanta Biswa Sarma said that as long as India remains Hindu, the country will be safe. Along with this, he also talked about bringing Uniform Civil Code. Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said, Uniform Civil Code is going to come soon in India and the time has come to make India a true secular nation. You have to remember that what has happened in Telangana till date, we have to change that. We have to bring Ram Rajya based on a Hindu Civilization in Telangana.

Will not be able to do four marriages- Sarma

Speaking at a yatra organized in Karimnagar, Telangana, the Assam CM said, “Some people think they can marry four women. This is their thinking, but I say that you will not be able to do four marriages. Those days are about to end. That day is not far. Uniform Civil Code is about to come in India.

‘Ram Rajya, not the king’s rule’

Without taking the name of Telangana CM KCR, Sarma targeted him and said, “Soon, Ram Rajya is going to come in place of King’s rule in Telangana.” Assembly elections are due in Telangana later this year.” He said, “Raja has only five months left. We want ‘Ram Rajya’ in Telangana and that is our goal. To make ‘Ram Rajya’.

Working to stop love jihad- Sarma

Sarma said, “We are working to stop love jihad in Assam. We are also working towards closure of madrassas in Assam. After I became the CM, I closed 600 madrassas in Assam.” I want to tell Owaisi that I will close 300 more madrassas this year.”

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