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SILCHAR, June 8 - Minister for Health, Family Welfare and PWD Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma has said that the policies and ideologies maintained by the Left parties are based on violence and hatred, hence those should be firmly confronted.

Addressing a gathering at the Banga Bhawan here today on the occasion of the re-launch of Gati Dainik, a vernacular Daily in Silchar, Dr Sarma said �the philosophies of the Left parties are no longer socially relevant and primarily based on the principle of violence. Hence the time has come to Indianise the media to challenge them head-on.

We have come a long way from the days when the intellectual and journalistic domain was controlled by the whims and fancies of the Left ideologies. The textbooks and media were bombarded with the ideologies of the Left leaders, which literally alienated us from the core values of Indian tradition and culture. But we must restore them with great impetus.�

Further, Dr Sarma said that because of the undaunted spirit of Hinduism, the secular fabric of the nation has sustained over the years.

�While the intellectuals are busy roaring against the quantum of Hindus coming to Assam from Bangladesh, but no one is concerned with the number of Muslims crossing the border,� he stated.

Dr Sarma added that people of the nation should focus on the teachings of Vivekananda and Sankaracharya, and the media should also stress on covering constructive issues meant for the development of the nation.

On the other hand, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal informed that as many as 45,000 youths have got jobs in the State during the past two years. Urging the media and intellectual fraternity of both Barak and Brahmaputra valleys to write pieces which would dispel anguish and hatred among the people, Sonowal reiterated the Government�s commitment to usher in peace, progress and prosperity for people in the State amidst rising exasperation ahead of the publication of the second draft of the NRC.

Forest Minister Parimal Suklabaidya, Vice-Chancellor of Assam University Prof Dilip Chandra Nath, former Union Minister Kabindra Purakaystha also spoke on the occasion.

The dignitaries expressed happiness over the inauguration of the 55-year-old vernacular Daily in Barak Valley and hoped that the paper would reflect the voice and hopes of the people through its coverage.

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Left ideologies no longer relevant, feels Himanta

SILCHAR, June 8 - Minister for Health, Family Welfare and PWD Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma has said that the policies and ideologies maintained by the Left parties are based on violence and hatred, hence those should be firmly confronted.

Addressing a gathering at the Banga Bhawan here today on the occasion of the re-launch of Gati Dainik, a vernacular Daily in Silchar, Dr Sarma said �the philosophies of the Left parties are no longer socially relevant and primarily based on the principle of violence. Hence the time has come to Indianise the media to challenge them head-on.

We have come a long way from the days when the intellectual and journalistic domain was controlled by the whims and fancies of the Left ideologies. The textbooks and media were bombarded with the ideologies of the Left leaders, which literally alienated us from the core values of Indian tradition and culture. But we must restore them with great impetus.�

Further, Dr Sarma said that because of the undaunted spirit of Hinduism, the secular fabric of the nation has sustained over the years.

�While the intellectuals are busy roaring against the quantum of Hindus coming to Assam from Bangladesh, but no one is concerned with the number of Muslims crossing the border,� he stated.

Dr Sarma added that people of the nation should focus on the teachings of Vivekananda and Sankaracharya, and the media should also stress on covering constructive issues meant for the development of the nation.

On the other hand, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal informed that as many as 45,000 youths have got jobs in the State during the past two years. Urging the media and intellectual fraternity of both Barak and Brahmaputra valleys to write pieces which would dispel anguish and hatred among the people, Sonowal reiterated the Government�s commitment to usher in peace, progress and prosperity for people in the State amidst rising exasperation ahead of the publication of the second draft of the NRC.

Forest Minister Parimal Suklabaidya, Vice-Chancellor of Assam University Prof Dilip Chandra Nath, former Union Minister Kabindra Purakaystha also spoke on the occasion.

The dignitaries expressed happiness over the inauguration of the 55-year-old vernacular Daily in Barak Valley and hoped that the paper would reflect the voice and hopes of the people through its coverage.

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