With most state governments focusing on minority appeasements all over the country, Yogi Adityanath and Himanta Biswa Sharma are the flag bearers of the leaders working towards the upliftment of the Hindu community. As the construction of the Ram Temple catches speed, the Hindu community finally started to feel that a political structure is getting built up to take care of them.
In Assam, Himanta Biswa Sharma is leading the charge. His unapologetic rejection of western secularism has made headlines in liberal circles. He has taken multiple steps towards the resurgence of Santana value in society. The latest node in this string is his announcement of the relief Package for Temple Priests and Naamghariyas in Assam. The monthly enumeration for both Pujaris and Naamghariyas will be Rs 15,000 per month. The Himanta led government also decided to provide Rs 10,000 per month to bus drivers and their helpers, whose livelihood has been affected in the wake of lockdown-related restrictions on inter-district travel restrictions. Besides that, the assistance of underprivileged women is being increased from Rs 830 to Rs 1,000. Addressing a press conference to mark 100 days of his government, the chief minister announced the purchase of 200 electric and 100 CNG buses. He also complimented Assam Police for their actions on human trafficking, anti-drug campaign, and cattle smuggling.
Government of Assam announces relief package for Temple Priest and Naamghariyas. ₹15,000/pm will be given to them. (1/2)
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The fire branded Chief Minister of Assam makes no bones about his personal, philosophical, religious leaning towards Hinduism. Making the left-liberals angry, he has given bold statements, “adherents of most religious descendants are Hindus”. He goes one step further towards the politically incorrect truth and openly claims that all Indians practising other religions are descendants of Hinduism. “Hindutva is a way of life. How can I or anybody stop it? It has been flowing through the ages. Almost all of us are descendants of Hindus. A Christian or a Muslim has also descended from Hindus at some point in time,” he said. He has also decided to tackle the contentious issue of love Jihad, under which Muslim men first marry a Hindu woman, and then force them to convert to Islam.
Himanta Biswa Sharma’s rise to the top did annoy many Islamic fundamentalists, but his initiative towards population control law has involved more than 150 Muslim leaders all across the state. Besides this, he has also made sure that the terrorists of the United Liberation fronts of Asom – are at the peace table. He has also led complicated NRC and finished the task successfully. With his eyes on the development of state and revival of Sanatana values, he is determined to turn every stone into Gold.