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"CM Sarma Warns of Potential Muslim Vote Split Due to Caste Census Demand"

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has noted that the demand for a caste census may lead to a significant split in the Muslim vote, possibly resulting in a 50-50 division. He has expressed concerns about how this division might impact the political landscape in Assam.

Sarma's administration has committed to conducting the caste census, which has gained support from various marginalized groups within the state. This support could lead to a shift in voting patterns, favoring the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

The Chief Minister has also cautioned against introducing Sharia law and has emphasized the importance of upholding Indian cultural values and traditions. This stance is reflective of the BJP's broader perspective on maintaining the secular and cultural identity of the country while also navigating the complex political and social dynamics of Assam.

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