Madani said - the country is ours, those who talk about sending us to Pakistan, they should go themselves

Madani said - the country is ours, those who talk about sending us to Pakistan, they should go themselves

The country's leading Muslim organization Jamiat-Ulema-e-Hind has expressed concern over the alleged growing communalism in the country. A resolution was passed at the annual two-day muntazima (managing committee) session of Jamiat-Ulema-e-Hind in Deoband of the Saharanpur district in Uttar Pradesh. The resolution urges the central government to "immediately put an end to those elements and such activities" which are against the principles of democracy, justice, and equality among citizens and spread hatred towards Islam and Muslims. Simultaneously, the Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind passed a resolution expressing deep concern over the "deprivation of constitutional rights and attempts to enforce a Uniform Civil Code".

Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind said that if the Government of India tries to implement the Uniform Civil Code, then the Muslims of India and other sections of the society will not tolerate this injustice and will be forced to take all possible steps within the constitutional framework. . Along with this, Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind on Gyanvapi Masjid and Mathura Krishna Bhoomi issue said that it is not appropriate to repeatedly raise past disputes over ancient places of worship for peace and harmony in the country. Along with this, it was said that this issue harms the peace and integrity of the country. Maulana Arshad Madani, chief of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, said in Deoband, Uttar Pradesh that the fight of minorities is not against a Hindu but against a government that sets fire based on religion, which will be fought through court.

Madani clearly said that this country is ours and we will save it. He said that those who do not tolerate our religion should go somewhere else. We had a chance to go to Pakistan but we didn't. Those who do after sending us to Pakistan, again and again, should go to Pakistan. Madani has asked the people present in this procession to be patient. He said that we are not a minority, we are the second majority in this country. He said that the government wants to abolish Muslim Personal Law. Things like marriage, and divorce are a religious part. Muslims will not accept any change in their religious law.

Arshad Madani said, due to the increasing communal incidents against Muslims in the country, some people advise to take to the streets, to which I would like to say that your elders should never come on the streets due to bad conditions. He said we had many issues in front of us including Babri Masjid, we could have come on the road if we wanted but we fought a legal battle. You will never be successful if you take to the streets and those advising you to do so are making a mistake and are against the minorities. Arshad Madani said, if we follow love and love, then those who set the fire themselves will die. The Muslim leader said, "We are not competing with any Hindu but with the government which wants to set fire by using people based on religion and we will fight it through court."

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The assistant engineer was demanding a bribe of Rs 3 lakh, and the CBI caught

The assistant engineer was demanding a bribe of Rs 3 lakh, and the CBI caught

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested an assistant engineer posted in the Najafgarh Zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (Delhi MCD) for demanding a bribe of Rs 3 lakh along with his associate. It is alleged that these people were demanding bribes from the complainant in exchange for putting up the roof of the house being built by him. The arrested accused was produced before the special CBI court in Delhi from where he has been sent on a 2-day CBI remand for interrogation.

According to CBI spokesperson RC Joshi, those arrested include Assistant Engineer MS Meena posted in Najafgarh Zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, and his assistant Beldar Prakash. According to the CBI, the complainant had complained to the Anti-Corruption Branch that he was building his house in Najafgarh. During this, when he started putting the lens on his house, he was contacted by Beldar Prakash posted in the Najafgarh zone of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, and told him that he would have to pay a bribe of Rs 3 lakh instead of inserting the lens. This bribe will be taken by Assistant Engineer Meena.

What are the charges against the arrested engineer?
It is also alleged that the complainant was threatened that if he did not pay the bribe amount, he would not be allowed to insert the lens and even if he did, it would be broken as illegal. On the basis of the complaint, the Anti-Corruption Branch of the Central Bureau of Investigation conducted a preliminary inquiry into the matter and after finding important facts during this investigation, a case was registered in this regard under criminal sections, after which the accused officers were recovering an installment of ₹ 1 lakh from the complainant. was arrested red-handed.

According to the CBI, immediately after the arrest, raids were conducted on their premises, from where many incriminating documents including some property documents have also been recovered. The work of assessing the recovered documents is going on. The accused was produced before the special CBI court in Delhi, from where he has been sent on CBI remand for two days' interrogation, the investigation of the case is going on.

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