According to Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, Assam's indigenous Muslims have reached an agreement with the state government's planned new population program, which includes a two-child policy. Next, he said he'll try to strike an agreement with Bengali-speaking religious members. Chief Minister Sarma was scheduled to meet with over 150 Muslim intellectuals today to start off his government's greatest Muslim outreach project. He was supposed to have in-depth discussions about the development of minorities and the implementation of the two-child policy. He announced the formation of eight subcommittees to handle topics such as health, education, population stabilization, cultural identity, financial inclusion, and skill development, among others.
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