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Deen Bachao Conference: Muslim leaders give call to save religion, nation

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AMN / PATNA

Several Mulslim leaders and Ulema on Sunday gave a call to save ‘Deen’, religion and the nation at a huge rally at sprawling Gandhi maidan here.

Addressing the rally they cautioned about the “evil design of RSS-controlled NDA government” at the centre and state.

“Muslim personal laws were under attack since the BJP-led NDA government came to power Patna” said Maulana Wali Rahmani the General secretary of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board.

Addressing a large gathering of Muslims at a “Deen Bachao Desh Bachao”(Save religion, save country)” rally he warned that Muslims would not tolerate any more attacks on their personal laws and would continue to protest against it.

Rahmani, who is also the head of the Imarat-e-Sharia, an influential Muslim body from Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha, said: “We waited for four years, expecting that BJP would learn to run the nation as per the constitution. But we were wrong, take for instance Muslim personal laws which are under attack.

“We are compelled to inform our countrymen that Islam and our country is in danger under the present government at the centre.”

He told the gathering that if they did not wake up now, “there will not be sufficient room and chance to perform later”.

“There are numerous issues on RSS’ agenda which this government will attempt to execute. Following triple talaq, it will be Uniform Civil Code and also ban on Azaan through loudspeakers. There is a long list,” he said.
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