Assam Congress Chief Accuses CM Himanta Biswa Sarma of Intimidation and Acrimonious Behavior

Guwahati, 27th February: Assam Pradesh Congress Committee Chief Bhupen Borah launched a scathing attack on Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, alleging his acrimonious behavior towards Borah and his family. In a lengthy post on X, Borah asserted that Sarma’s animosity towards him stems from deep-seated fears.

Claiming to be the sole figure that the Assam chief minister truly fears in the state, Borah accused Sarma of preferring “slaves” over followers, citing an incident where Sarma purportedly made a former cabinet minister touch his feet. Borah highlighted Sarma’s apprehension about his tenure, likening it to the fates of Vasundhara Raje and Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who faced the consequences for diverging from party lines.

Borah vehemently declared his immunity to political manipulation, asserting that despite Sarma’s potential efforts to buy opposition MLAs, he remains beyond the BJP’s reach. He further accused Sarma of misusing his authority, exemplified by the purported transfer of Borah’s family members to remote corners of Assam and the lack of action against individuals involved in attacks during the #BharatJodoNyayYatra.

Expressing concerns over personal security, Borah revealed his requests for increased protection had been ignored by the government, showcasing what he described as Sarma’s vindictive conduct. Borah concluded his post with a blunt assertion: “fear, thy name is Himanta!”

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