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Assam CM Slams Congress Manifesto, Calls it ‘More Suited for Pakistan’

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma criticized the Congress party’s election manifesto during an election campaign in Jorhat constituency. Sarma accused the manifesto of being rooted in appeasement politics, suggesting it was more aligned with Pakistan’s interests than India’s. He highlighted issues like triple talaq, polygamy, and child marriage, stating that neither Hindus nor Muslims supported such practices. Sarma accused Congress of attempting to divide society for political gain. The Congress manifesto focused on five pillars of justice and included promises such as a nationwide caste census, legal assurance for MSP, and canceling the Agnipath scheme.

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