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The head of the Ittihad-e-Millat Council (IMC), Maulana Tauqir Raza Khan, called for the detention of Nupur Sharma, a former BJP spokeswoman.
Ittehad-e-Millat Council, Bareilly Sharif, Hazrat Maulana Tauqeer Ahmed Raza Khan sparked a significant uproar when he urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to read the Kalma, demanding the arrest of suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma for her contentious comment against Prophet Muhammad.
Maulana Tauqeer, criticizing the BJP-led central government, asserted that Muslims in India have no hope from the current administration and issued a warning against approaching the UN to draw attention to the discrimination against the minority group in India.
He criticized Sharma for her comments, called for her arrest, and claimed that the Centre was ignoring their requests.
"The district administration, the government, or the governor will not get a paper outlining our requests. We will approach the United Nations organisation if we need to provide a memo, "added said.
Speaking to a crowd in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, the Maulana praised Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. He claimed that although they disliked the Yogi rule more, the CM of UP was adhering to "Raj dharma." The leader of the Ittihad-e-Millat Council stated that it is commendable that CM Adityanath took action against those who mistreated Muslims in Ayodhya.
In relation to the Agnipath plan, he also criticised the BJP government at the Centre. Tauqeer claimed that the Modi government is attempting to damage the future of the nation's youth while expressing his support for the violent protests that broke out against the new military recruitment programme throughout various states.
Violent demonstrations against the Centre's Agnipath project, which was authorised on June 14, have taken place in a number of states, including Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana. The Agnipat scheme for recruiting young people into the armed services was approved by the Union Cabinet, and it was stated that the Agniveers would be registered for four years under the relevant Service Acts.
Large-scale protests started after Nupur Sharma's remark.
Due to insults made about the Prophet Mohammad by now-suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma, violent demonstrations broke out in Uttar Pradesh and other places. Violence and arson were reported in Prayagraj and Kanpur on June 3 and June 10, respectively. So far, 421 individuals have been arrested and 20 FIRs have been filed in connection with the violent protests that have erupted across the state.
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