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Assam Congress Chief compares Lord Krishna-Rukmini marriage to ‘Love Jihad’: CM Sarma assures action against him if complaint filed

“Assam Congress Chief compares Lord Krishna-Rukmini marriage to ‘Love Jihad’: CM Sarma assures action against him if complaint filed”, Swarajyamag, July 28, 2023:

“Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma expressed his disappointment on Thursday regarding state Congress unit president Bhupen Kumar Borah’s comparison of Lord Krishna and Rukmini’s relationship to “Love Jihad”.

Sarma stated that it was unfortunate, adding that the government would take action against Borah if a complaint is filed.

Reacting to CM Sarma’s comment that a recent triple murder in Assam’s Golaghat was a case of the ‘Love Jihad’, Borah triggered a controversy by drawing parallel between marriages of Lord Krishna and Rukmini, and Dhritarashtra and Gandhar, and ‘Love Jihad’…..”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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