Jamiat writes a letter to HM to punish repeated offenders of hate speeches
New Delhi April 04, 2022:
New Delhi: President of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind Maulana Mahmood Madani has written to home minister Amit Shah demanding stringent action against those behind the anti-Muslim inflammatory hate speeches at the "Hindu Mahapanchayat" held at Burari on April 3 in Delhi.
Citing the pronouncements at the Mahapanchayat, Maualna Madani said in his letter that this was yet another attempt to target Muslims in India. "Last year in August same people had organised a similar rally at Jantar Mantar and raised highly objectionable slogans against Muslims.," Maulana Madani told Shah in the letter.
"This is noteworthy that the Mahapanchayat took place despite the rejection of the application by Delhi Police to hold the same. When permission was not granted from the police to hold it, how did organisers manage to hold such a large gathering programme?
However, in Hindu Mahapanchayat held in Burari, New Delhi, on 3rd April 2022 controversial priest Yati Narshinghanand again asked Hindus to pick weapons against Muslims. Another controversial news anchors Suresh Chanvanke said that citizenship rights of Muslims must not be equal to Hindus. Several other speakers at the Mahapanchayat delivered hate speeches. Such programmme promotes enmity between Hindus and Muslims. They are not only harmful to a community but they are also harmful to the nation and national unity.
Maulana Madani appealed to the HM to pay serious attention to repeated offenders and prosecute them under stringent laws so that it could stop from recurring.
Niaz Ahmed Farooqui
Secretary, Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind