Every Hindu dwelling anywhere in the world has the right to come to India when he faces issues in that place, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said in Delhi on Wednesday.
Attacking the Congress, Sarma additionally mentioned that a lot of the issues the nation has been going through are due to solely “one family”.
The chief minister mentioned India belongs to Hindus and it’s their pure house.
“Every Hindu living anywhere in the world has the right to come to India when he faces problems there,” he mentioned taking part in the Times Now Summit 2021.
“This is a country of the Sanatan and the Hindu civilisation,” he mentioned.
Asked about the attempts to forge unity among opposition parties to fight the BJP and whether West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee could be a possible leader, Sarma said for him a party loses an election whenever the leader loses his or her own elections.
“After Mamata Banerjee lost her own assembly seat, for me, she ceased to be political entity,” he said, referring to Banerjee’s defeat in Nandigram.
The chief minister said no one would have talked about the BJP’s win had Prime Minister Narendra Modi lost the polls from Varanasi.
He also said that India needs Modi as Prime Minister for another 20 years. Sarma said, “People of the Northeast now feel much more comfortable with the rest of India than before.”