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Owaisi lauds Rajnath’s remarks that Muslims haven’t allowed radicalisation

AMN / Hyderabad

OWAISIAIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has welcomed the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s recent comments on Muslims. Talkhing to media persons here , Owaisi said Home Minister Rajnath Singh stated Muslims have not allowed radicalisation of their community. This comes at a time when the VHP said an ordinance must be promulgated for the construction of Ram Mandir at the Babri Masjid site.

“It is for the Home Minister of India to decide who is spreading radicalisation.It is their ideological sister organisations who are spreading radicalisation. He is right it is not Muslims,” he added. Owaisi said, “It is these organisations which have become so radicalised that they don’t have respect for the Supreme Court, they don’t have respect for the Constitution of India and they want to run the country according to whims and desires of their ideology.

Owaisi said, “It is these organisations which have become so radicalised that they don’t have respect for the Supreme Court, they don’t have respect for the Constitution of India and they want to run the country according to whims and desires of their ideology.”

Reacting to the reports about VHP setting the deadline for the construction of the Ram mandir, he said that “the party in power (BJP) and the Prime Minister have to see how radicalised their sister organisations have become and it is high time to put an end to this”.

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