Three big Muslim organizations expressed concern over the latest situation in the country, saying that BJP is working to dissolve the poison of hatred in the society.
New Delhi. Three big Muslim organizations have expressed concern over the latest situation in the country. The responsibilities of the organizations allege that the Bharatiya Janata Party, which is in power at the center, is working to dissolve the poison of hatred in the society under its special purpose and agenda. Muslim organizations have decided to organize a two-day conference in Delhi. Many other big organizations of the country are participating in this conference to be held at India Islamic Culture Center on 20-21 May. The organizations said that after discussing the latest situation in the country in the conference, work would be done to formulate a further strategy.
Naved Hamid, president of All India Muslim Majlis Mushawarat, Amir Engineer of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind Saadatullah Hussaini, Jamiat Ahle Hadith’s Amir Maulana Asghar Ali Imam Salfi Mehndi said in a press conference on Friday that the country’s largest majority of Hindus are also disruptive. They are victims of discrimination by forces and are vulnerable to communalism. Threats are being given to massacre Muslims in the speeches given by Hinduist leaders. Increasing incidents of mob lynching through mob lynching and economic boycott of Muslims are coming to the fore. The Bharatiya Janata Party, which is in power at the Center, is making such laws, using the power of majority in Parliament, through which the citizenship of Muslims is being questioned. Efforts are being made to end religious freedom and ease the way of implementing the agenda of our culture, civilization and nationalism.
He says that the farmers of the country are once again apprehensive that by bringing back the repealed agricultural laws, an attempt can be made to benefit their supporters traders. They say that the right of the citizens of the country to protest peacefully, which has been given by the Constitution, is being abolished. Rather, efforts are being made to suppress the voices of opposition arising in a constitutional way and the opponents of the government are being put in jails through black laws.
He says that the biggest issue facing the countrymen today is economic instability, due to which the unemployment percentage in the country has increased to an alarming extent. The prices of essential commodities of daily use are skyrocketing. The gap between the rich and the poor is increasing because of the decisions of the government. He says that the danger has increased that the world’s largest democracy is trying to put on the cloak of dictatorship.