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New Delhi, 30th Jan, 2002: The Secretary General of All India Milli Council and President, All India Muslim Personal Law Board, Maulana Qazi Mujahidul Islam Qasmi, in his press statement said that the situation of the Muslims in India is very critical and grave, and in the eye of administration ‘the Madrasas have been harbouring terrorists belonging to various radical Islamic groups and have been preaching terror’ as for example, over 125 Madrasas in the bordering areas of West Bengal have been identified as ‘Schools of terror’ by the intelligence agencies. Maulana Qasmi has further said that the electronic media and print media are also projecting the Muslims as ‘anti-national’ and their Madrasas are ‘Centre of terrorism’. He also opined that the Madrasas in Pakistan may be the ‘Centre of terrorism’ but in India, Madrasas are educating the Muslim children to improve their knowledge peacefully. Lastly the Maulana said that in the present situation, it is the duty of the government especially the Prime Minister as well as NDA-partners to see and solve the problems of 200 million Muslims of India.


New Delhi, Jan. 30, 2002: The Secretary General of All India Milli Council and President, All India Muslim Personal Law Board, Maulana Qazi Mujahidul Islam Qasmi has strongly condemned the attitude of Gujarat government against the sentiments of the Muslim Community in the State. In a press statement issued today, the Chief of the AIMPLB has said the government of Gujarat by its circular vide 228-98/2002 has sent a letter to every schools of the State to celebrate the Republic Day with ‘Dharti Puja’ which will be compulsory prayer for every student. This circular is against the soul of the constitution of India and also against the faith and religious sentiments of the community.
Maulana Qasmi has also said that the policy of the Gujarat government and its administration is against the Muslims. After the arresting of 123 innocent Muslims in Surat in the name of banned organization SIMI, the administration started further arresting of innocent Muslims in Baroda, Bharuch and other districts of Gujarat. The persons who have been arrested had or has no concern with the SIMI. The arrested persons are prominent intellectuals, educationists, social activist, ulama and financially strong persons of the minority community.
Lastly the Maulana Qasmi appealed to the Prime Minister, NDA-leaders and the Chief Minister of Gujarat to intervene into the matter immediately so that the innocent persons could be released who have been falsely implicated.

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