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Chief Minister Himanta added some conditions for Bengali Muslims to stay in Assam

by endroar

Which sections of Muslim society arrived hundreds of years ago and who arrived after the start of Bangladesh's independence war in 1971—is a deeply and contentious political issue in Assam. Assam always tries to widen this dividing line before elections to gain advantage through vote polarization. This time too the Chief Minister is doing the same.

Himanta said to Mia Muslims, they should avoid madrasa education. He also advised them to become doctors or technologists instead of Madrasah education.

The question is that the students who go to madrassas mainly come from extremely poor families. Whether it is possible for them to afford to become doctors or engineers is a question not only in Assam but also in other parts of India including West Bengal.

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