Showing posts with label Narendra Modi. Show all posts
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Sunday, 30 July 2017

Military veterans write to PM Modi condemning attacks on Muslims, Dalits

More than 100 military veterans have in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemned targeting of Muslims and Dalits by “self-appointed protectors of Hinduism”, saying India’s strength is its diversity, media reports said on Monday.

The letter also expressed concern over alleged climate of fear and suppression of dissent, as it backed the ‘Not In My Name’ campaign that saw people across the country holding protest demonstrations against mob violence and cow vigilantism.

The armed forces stood for unity in diversity and differences in religion, language, caste or culture had never come in the way of servicemen performing their duty, the veteran said.

India has recently seen a rise in violence in the name of cow, held sacred by many Hindus. Several states have enacted laws and prescribed stringent punishment for smuggling and slaughtering of the animal, which is banned in most parts of the country. Muslims and Dalits have been the worst hit by cow vigilantism, which has also been condemned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


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Tuesday, 9 May 2017

PM Modi requests that Muslim people group not politicize triple talaq issue, urges them to start change

Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that Muslim people group shouldn't enable issue of triple talaq to be politicized.

esterday, Jamaat-e-Islami Hind's across the country had in an announcement - "India's top Muslim priests have unequivocally stated that shariat (individual laws) is divine and thus, no administration or court has the privilege to roll out any improvements in it."

The priests seen in the meeting of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind's across the nation Muslim individual law mindfulness battle that Muslim arguments about family matters are achieving courts due to "obliviousness or ponder" abuse of shariat arrangements thus the individual laws can't be considered in charge of it.

"Rather, there is a solid need to instruct Muslim masses about shariat to urge them to tail it genuinely and to open guiding focuses and shariat panchayats to determine any disagreement about family matters," the announcement had included.

JIH's national president Syed Jalaluddin Umari, All India Muslim Personal Law Board secretaries Khalid Saifullah Rahmani and Maulana Fazlurrehman Mujaddidi and Islamic researcher Zafarul Islam Khan and others had partaken in the meeting in the national capital. 

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Monday, 28 November 2016

Here's how BJP MP Manish Sharma responded when Arvind Kejriwal asked whether he would spend just Rs 2.5 lakh on daughter's wedding

NEW DELHI: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal attempted to attack BJP Parliamentarian Mahesh Sharma on Twitter, over demonetisation, but his bite turned out to be all bark as he got his facts wrong.

What happened was that the Aam Aadmi chief tweeted today saying Sharma's daughter is to be married soon. "Will he (Sharma) make all the payments (for the wedding) by check? Will he conduct the wedding in Rs 2.5 lakhs+ ? How did he get his cash exchanged?"

The reference was to the RBI rule -issued after the high-denomination currency ban+ - which says that people can withdraw only upto Rs 2.5 lakh in cash for the purpose of conducting weddings. And that too, only upon presentation of a wedding card, caterers' bills and similar proof. The Delhi CM was also referring to the difficulty people are having exchanging their old, banned notes for new ones, or even withdrawing cash.


Wednesday, 23 November 2016

India speeds up rebuilding activity in Afghanistan

NEW DELHI: India has ventured up remaking movement in Afghanistan in accordance with its dedication to impel the wartorn country back on the improvement track. The advance comes days of a mega multilateral meet that the Narendra Modi government is facilitating in Amritsar to add to Afghan soundness.

In front of the December 4 Heart of Asia Conference on Afghanistan, India has approached to restart a processing plant in Mazar-e-Sharif, manufacture a runway at Balkh air terminal and help the Afghan government in outfitting the monetary capability of Salma Dam, which was worked with India's help. A tiles plant in Afghanistan's northern Mazar-e-Sharif city will continue creation soon with India's support, said individuals acquainted with the advancement.

Source:- timesofindia.indiatimes