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Husul-e-Insaaf Conference

Held at Meerut, UP on February 14th 2016
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Jamiat asks the Centre to concentrate on inclusive development of the country and urges the UP government to fulfill its promises of reservation.

New Delhi- Feb 14 In a conference which witnessed more than 100,000 persons, one of the influential Muslim organizations Jamiat Ulama e Hind has asked the center to stop making conspiracy against the Muslim community and concentrate on inclusive development of the nation. The justice securing conference held today in Faize Aam inter college at Meerut was primarily considered to ridden on Anti Samajwadi government which has failed to fulfill promises of reservation to the Muslim community, but JUH President Maulana Qari Usman and general secretary Maulana Mahmood Madani clarified that this conference was not targeted against any particular person and a government. “We fight for issues related to the community and country and we do not have any grudge against Mulayam Singh Ji and Akhilesh ji”Said Maulana Madani while addressing the cheering crowd.

Maulana Madani demanded the UP government led by Akhilesh Kumar legislate for grant of reservation to the Muslim community, holding them, socially, economically and educationally backward, on the pattern of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu and Kerala. He however maintained that the Samajawadi party’s promise of 18 percent reservation was technically and legally wrong that can never be meant for fulfilling. Madani warned the samajwadi govemernt to stop befooling the minority community, otherwise the next election which is just one year away then you can not trap one who has already been cheated. Pointing out to some so called Sufi group turning hostile to the Deobandi and Wahabi sects in recently concluded conference in New Delhi, Madani expressed concern that some forces are trying to widen gap between the different Muslim sects for the motive of aggravating the already downtrodden community. He further said that from this platform of Jamiat Ulamia e Hind we would like to emphatically announce that we can not let such conspiracy to succeed whatever sacrifice we had to make. “Barelvi sect is also our brothers in Islam, our doors are always open for them, we ask them to come to us at your terms, and we are ready to work under your leadership.” Maulana Madani spoke with full enthusiasm. He also urged the Muslim youths to follow the prophet and repent from evils. “Instead shouting against those who insult of our prophet we should at least revive one sunnah of him” Maulana Madani once against reiterated that we are Indian by choice not by chance therefore we have upper hand living in India and those ask Muslims at every nook to leave for Pakistan should themselves be deported.


Achariya Pramod Krishnan in his speech supported the demands of the conference and asked the center to not ignore the second largest minority. Besides that, many notable speakers dealt with several issues including Maulana Arshad Madani, Maulana Qari Usman( both presidents of their own JUH factions), Maulana Niaz Ahmed Faruqi Advocate, Maulana Hakeemuddin Qasmi, Maulana Haytaullah Qasmi, Maulana Qari Shokat Ali, Maulana Zahur Qasmi, Mufti Salman Mansurpuri and several others. The Conference passed several resolutions including resolution for release of innocent Young Prisoners, Resolution against closing down slaughter house at the pretext of Protecting Cow, Resolution against sacrilege of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (SAW), Resolution regarding the protection of Minority character of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) and Environment, Resolution for the enactment of AntiCommunal Violence Law.


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