Deshi Muslim Community to Back Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma’s Government in Election ?


Guwahati: ‘The nearly 18 lakh Deshi people of western Assam, indigenous Muslims residing predominantly in Goalpara district, BTR, South Kamrup’s Boko area, and Kamrup Metro, have long grappled with an identity crisis due to demographic shifts in post-independent times. However, recent actions by the state government, under the leadership of Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma, have provided a glimmer of hope by reaffirming their indigenous status, said Deshi Janahosthiya Mancha, Assam.

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In a press statement, Organisation mentioned that the government’s proactive measures, including the Socio-Economic assessment of Deshi and other indigenous Muslim communities, have been met with great relief by the Deshi community. Initiating socio-economic surveys in Deshi-dominated districts demonstrates the government’s commitment to addressing the needs of this marginalized group and fostering their development.

Representing the Deshi community, the Deshi Janagosthia Mancha acknowledges that no political party or leader has previously advocated for their development. However, the organization’s president expresses confidence that the Deshi people will show their gratitude during the upcoming parliamentary elections by supporting Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma’s coalition government, recognizing the positive strides made for the community’s advancement.

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