spot_img
spot_img
spot_img
Friday, April 12, 2024
spot_img
spot_img
spot_img

Latest Posts

Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma says why he changed his Twitter bio to ‘BHARAT’: “BJP for BHARAT… British named our country as India..”

spot_img
spot_img
spot_img
- Advertisement -

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma addressed the ongoing controversy surrounding his Twitter bio, explaining that he inadvertently used ‘BHARAT’ instead of ‘INDIA’ due to an oversight during his transition from the Indian National Congress (INC) to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He proudly asserted his allegiance to the BJP and clarified that his previous bio mentioning ‘Assam, INDIA’ was a remnant from his Congress days.

In his tweet, he stressed on the words ‘INDIAN’ and ‘BHARATIYA’, clearly indicating his stance on the fiasco. “In my previous bio, I mentioned Assam, INDIA . However, I forgot to update it after my journey from the INDIAN National Congress to the BHARATIYA Janata Party. Now, I have proudly changed my bio to Assam, BHARAT,” he wrote on Twitter.

“Some friends from the Congress are asking me why I changed my bio. I hope this explanation will satisfy them,” he added. The recent controversy arose after the 26-party Opposition bloc named their alliance ‘INDIA’ – Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance. CM Sarma, known for stirring controversies, reacted by rallying behind the slogan “BJP for BHARAT,” advocating for the use of ‘Bharat’ over the British-derived ‘India’ to break free from colonial legacies. He reaffirmed his commitment to working for ‘Bharat,’ as it symbolizes the essence of our civilizational heritage.

Amid the Opposition’s counterarguments, the chief minister further reiterated his position, highlighting that the conflict between ‘Bharat’ and ‘India’ goes beyond mere names and delves into deeper historical and cultural dimensions. He asserted that ‘Bharat’ must emerge victorious, embodying the essence of our rich civilization.

Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma says why he changed his Twitter bio to 'BHARAT': “BJP for BHARAT… British named our country as India..”

Earlier controversial comments by Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma

Amidst the ongoing controversy surrounding his remarks on the ‘Miya’ community, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma made a fervent appeal on Sunday. Addressing the issue during a Tiffin meeting in Amingaon, CM Sarma urged Assamese youths to focus on revitalizing the state’s work culture rather than engaging in debates.

In his statement, the Chief Minister in Amingaon candidly acknowledged, “We need to accept that work culture of the Assamese community is slowly diminishing for which a particular community has started to have a hold on the financial conditions of the state. Instead of feeling envious, we need to compete with them.”

“Lower Assam especially Guwahati is dependent on Kharupetia for vegetables, however, news reports on various newspapers and channels are suggesting that excessive fertilizers are used in these vegetables. As a result of this, we are infected with diseases related to liver, kidney. Even after being aware of the matter, the Assamese youths refuse to grow their own vegetable in their backyard,” he said.

“They are continuously complaining about the vegetables for the excessive use of fertilizers and price hike and yet they consume it as there is no other way except farming,” the chief minister added.

Faced with complaints about rising vegetable prices and excessive fertilizer usage, the Chief Minister emphasized the need for action beyond mere complaints. He called for united efforts to raise awareness about this pressing issue of farming, transcending political and organizational affiliations.

In conclusion, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma’s recent appeal to Assamese youths to prioritize revitalizing the state’s work culture over engaging in debates is a call for constructive action. By candidly acknowledging the slow decline of the Assamese community’s work culture and its impact on the state’s financial conditions, CM Sarma urges unity and competition rather than envy.

He highlights the concerning dependence on external sources for vegetables and the potential health risks associated with excessive fertilizer usage. His call for united efforts to raise awareness about sustainable farming practices reflects a pragmatic approach to address the rising vegetable prices and related health issues. As Assam faces this controversy surrounding his remarks on the ‘Miya’ community, CM Sarma’s focus on tangible solutions and transcending political affiliations is essential for fostering a better future for the state.

HORROR IN JODHPUR: 17-YEAR-OLD DALIT GIRL GANG-RAPED BY 3 COLLEGE STUDENTS IN FRONT OF BOYFRIEND; ACCUSED HELD

spot_img
spot_img

Latest Posts

spot_imgspot_img

Don't Miss

spot_imgspot_img