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‘It is difficult for Congress to win so many seats’, Himanta’s big prediction for 2024 – India TV Hindi

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‘It is difficult for Congress to win so many seats’, Himanta’s big prediction for 2024 – India TV Hindi

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Himanta Vishwa Sharma addressing a public meeting in Bhainsa, Telangana.

Hyderabad: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Vishwa Sharma on Tuesday fiercely targeted the Congress. Criticizing the country’s oldest political party, Assam Chief Minister claimed that its politics is not for Hindus. Sharma was addressing a public meeting in Bhainsa in Nirmal district of Telangana in connection with the launch of BJP’s Vijay Sankalp Yatra ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. He questioned why top Congress leaders, including Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge, did not attend the Ram temple event in Ayodhya despite being invited.

‘Congress will not be able to win even 30 seats in the Lok Sabha elections’

Sharma said that organizing the Pran Pratishtha program in Ram temple was not political. He asked the Congress party, ‘Why didn’t you go? Don’t you love Hindus? Will you always stay with the ‘Razakars’ and Babar? He said that the country will not stand with ‘Razakars’ and Babar. While pointing to history, he did not make it clear to whom he was referring in the present. He claimed that Congress did not allow the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya. Taking aim at Congress, he claimed that Congress will not be able to win even 30 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

‘2 Congress MLAs join Assam government’

Let us tell you that earlier on Wednesday, Himanta Vishwa Sharma had said that Congress MLA Kamalakhya De Purkayastha and former minister Basant Das have decided to ‘join the government’. Purkayastha was the working chief of the state unit of Congress, while Das was a minister in the Tarun Gogoi government. Das was elected from Mangaldoi seat in 2021. Purkayastha was associated with the Congress party since the NSUI era. He was elected to the Assembly from Karimganj North seat in 2021. Sharma, who is leading the NDA government in the state, welcomed both the MLAs at the Chief Minister’s chamber in the Assembly complex during the budget session.

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