In a recent statement that has sparked controversy, Pravin Togadia, President of Antarashtriya Hindu Parishad, expressed concerns about the increasing Muslim population in Assam and its potential impact on Hindus. Speaking to the media at a Hindu sammelan organized by the Rashtriya Bajrang Dal in Bijni, Chirang district, Togadia warned that the "time bomb" of Muslim population growth in the country, and specifically in Assam, could result in looting of Hindu households and loss of lives.
"The increasing population of Muslims is like a ticking time bomb, ready to explode in our villages, country, and Assam. If the Muslim population continues to grow unchecked, Hindu households will be looted, and Hindus may be killed.", said Togadia. " It is imperative to diffuse this potential time bomb of Muslim population by enacting population control laws at the state and central government levels to prevent this imminent threat.", he added.
Togadia further elaborated on his concerns, stating that the increasing Muslim population in Assam could lead to an explosion and looting of Hindu houses. He emphasized the need for immediate action by the state government to enact a Population Control Bill to address the issue.
Pravin Togadia, who serves as the central president of the Antarashtriya Hindu Parishad, was the chief guest at the Hindu sammelan organized by the Rashtriya Bajrang Dal.
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