Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma Vows Resolution for Bengali D Voters; Highlights Congress Scandals

Guwahati, 3rd April: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has pledged to address issues concerning Bengali D voters in Halakandi and Karimganj within the next six months, confirming that all necessary formalities in Delhi have been completed.

Speaking to a gathering, Sarma assured the people of Halakandi and Karimganj that problems related to Bengali D voters would be resolved within the stipulated timeframe. He emphasized that the required formalities in Delhi have been fulfilled, signaling progress towards resolving the longstanding issue.

Earlier, on April 3, Sarma took to social media platform X to present his perspective on the upcoming elections, outlining reasons for voters to avoid supporting the Congress party. In a succinct post captioned “Good Morning!”, Sarma listed ten alleged scams associated with the Congress, aiming to dissuade voters from backing the opposition party.

The list compiled by Sarma includes a variety of high-profile scandals that have rocked the nation in recent years. From the notorious Coal Scam to the contentious AgustaWestland deal, Sarma’s social media post sought to remind voters of the alleged corruption scandals linked to the Congress party. The highlighted scandals encompassed the Commonwealth Games Scam, Telecom Scam, Antrix-Devas Scam, Hawk Aircraft Scam, INX Media Scam, Aircel-Maxis Scam, Embraer Scam, and the Land for Job Scam.

Sarma’s efforts to draw attention to these issues come amid a charged political climate in Assam, as the state braces for critical elections.

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