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‘Muslims are becoming victims of mob lynching’… Madani’s demand – Parliament should enact a strict law.

Nita Yadav

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Maulana Arshad Madani, President of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind Image Credit Source: ANI

Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind President Maulana Arshad Madani expressed deep grief and displeasure over the incidents of mob lynching in Chhattisgarh and Aligarh and said that the majority of the people of the country have rejected the politics of communalism and hatred in the current Lok Sabha elections. . However, the poison of hatred that the communalists had instilled in the hearts and minds of the people for the last few years has not completely disappeared. These incidents in Chhattisgarh and Aligarh are proof of that.

Maulana Arshad Madani said that once again miscreants have tarnished humanity by displaying cruelty and brutality. Maulana Madani said that despite the strict directions of the Supreme Court, the series of such tragic incidents is not stopping. While on 17 July 2018, while making a strong comment on such incidents, the Supreme Court clearly said that no one can take the law into his own hands.

The Supreme Court commented

The court directed the Center to enact a separate law to prevent such incidents. Now if such inhuman incidents are happening even after this, it clearly means that the people who do this have no fear of the law. They also believe that even if they are caught, nothing will happen to them as no separate law has been brought in Parliament despite the Supreme Court’s directives. None, except a few states, have enacted any law against mob violence.

It may be noted that a few days ago a group of miscreants stopped a truck full of animals at a place called Arang near Raipur, the capital of Chhattisgarh. The driver and two other youths were beaten so badly that they died. He belongs to Saharanpur and Shamli district of Uttar Pradesh. One of them died on the spot while the other died on reaching the hospital. Their names are Chand Mian and Guddu Khan. While the third youth, Saddam Khan, also died later.

Violence cannot be social

Maulana Madani said that mob violence is not a social but a political problem and it can only be solved politically. So, it is high time that the self-proclaimed secular parties should come out against this openly and pressure the government to legislate against mob violence. He also said that the recent incident has confirmed that neither the central nor the state governments are serious about stopping mob violence.

In the changed political scenario, the secular parties should raise their voice against this with all their might, after all, how long will a handful of people take the law in their hands and make a certain section a victim of their brutality? He further said that according to newspaper reports, the truck was loaded with buffaloes. When the sale and purchase of buffaloes is not banned, then why did the communal elements do this? The answer is very simple that it was done on the basis of religion and hatred. Maulana Madani also expressed serious concern over the incident in Odisha’s Balasore on the occasion of Bakrid and said that the morale of communal elements across the country is high as no legal action is being taken against them.

People roam free

Madani alleged that all this is being done against Muslims in a planned manner. The hands of the law cannot reach the neck of those who do this. On one hand houses are bulldozed on mere suspicion. On the other hand, people who play with human life roam free. This is a true and terrifying picture of today’s new India. He said that according to my information, no one has been arrested yet in the Chhattisgarh incident, which shows that the lives of Muslims do not matter to the law enforcers. So, it is high time that the self-proclaimed secular parties should not only raise their voice against this barbarism and cruelty in Parliament, but also pressurize the government to come up with a strict law.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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