Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind expresses deep concern over Hisar incident
New Delhi:July 13, 2017
Maulana Mahmood Madani, General Secretary of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind has expressed his deep concern over incident of Hisar Masjid in which some miscreants beat up Muslim religious scholar and forced him to chant vande Mataram etc.
Maulana Madani has demanded from the state administration to take firm action for maintaining law and order in the state. Maulana Madani also said that such kind of incident is taking place with an aim to create a feeling of inferiority complex among the Muslim community. But we will not allow such destructive forces to succeed in their nefarious design. He also appealed to the Muslims to exercise retrain and face the situation with patience and tenacity.
He also stressed that a true Muslim derives inspiration from the life of the Prophet Mohammad who guided us to keep patience, wisdom and forbearance during critical and provocative time. He added that anti-social elements have been provoking Muslims so that they could justify their criminal acts.
He also recalled that the ancestors of Jamiat had to face more adverse situation than the present one but never lost their patience and kept on fighting against it taking recourse to the Constitution of the country. On occasion of 32nd session, Jamiat had adopted a resolution that” we will never get frightened nor will be provoked.”
Maulana Mahmood Madani called upon likeminded countrymen to adopt effective way and means to take on handful communal forces and create a conducive and harmonious climate in the society. Maulana Madani informed that Qari Mohammad Haroon is a resident of Mirzapur, Saharanpur. He had gone to Hisar for the purpose of business. Maulana Tahir Mazahiri, organizer of JUH met the victim at his residence. Maulana Mazahiri dispatched a letter and other relevant documents to the central office of Jamiat at Delhi. He had registered an FIR in police station at Hisar. Jamiat will extend every cooperation so that perpetrators of this crime are brought to justice