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BJP wants monopoly

Hyderabad: Expressing strong reaction on BJP’s stand on madrasa, Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen leader Asaduddin Owaisi has demanded clarification of government’s stand on this recommendation from Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. In his statement Owaisi said that the resolution was presented in the presence of the PM and it will have serious consequences if it is implemented. He further said that it seems from the silence of the PM that the BJP wants its monopoly in the country. Despite BJP’s statement secular groups have not expressed their views or reaction, he said. He also said that these statements deny Muslims their fundamental rights which have been granted in the Constitution of India. He said that BJP would not be allowed to implement such dangerous proposals. Those who doubt the loyalty of Muslims are enemies of the country. If steps are taken to ban madrasas, there would be increase in communal violence in the country, he added.

Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen is against every kind of violence and terrorism, but central government by branding Muslim institutions as enemies of the country, is trying to create doubt about them, while the truth is that terrorist activities of organizations like VHP, RSS and Bajrang Dal are undeniable facts which the entire world knows about. Every day there are attacks on Muslim and Christian minorities, he added.

Sangh Parivar is running a parallel government and the government is a silent onlooker. The attackers are left free and no action is being taken against them, he concluded.

MLA Akbaruddin, Owaisi, while expressing his reaction said that the PM should first clarify as to what he means by terrorism. On the one hand he has kept mum on the demand of banning madrasas in the name of terrorism, and on the other hand he is encouraging organizations which are acclaimed fundamentalists against whom courts have pronounced judgements.

He further said that the PM should also clarify as to what he thinks about attacks on Muslim and Christians' places of worship. Are those organizations not fundamentalists which disregard constitution? We are with the government if it restrains the organizations which are really dangerous for the country, he added.

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