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16 April 2012

Congress should be thrown out of Rajasthan: Jamait Ulema-e-Hind chief Maulana Mahmood Madani

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Jaipur: Rajya Sabha MP and general secretary of Jamait Ulema-e-Hind Maulana Mahmood Madani accused the Gehlot government of acting on the lines of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi.


"Gehlot like Modi is doing nothing for the development of Muslims. Both have miserably failed to utilize the Centre's policies for minorities relating to education, health and employment," Madani said addressing a press conference at the Press Club here on Saturday.


"Muslim voters have showed the exit door to all those parties who have ignored our development in the recently concluded UP elections. This can be replicated here if they (state government) didn't take any corrective measures for the minorities," said Madani, a religious-cum-political leader.


He also raised doubt that government is serious enough to deliver justice to the victims of the Gopalgarh firing. "No minister has accepted the responsibility of the riots which claimed lives of 10 Meo Muslims," said Madani, adding that then home minister Shanti Dhariwal's removal proved his failure to prevent the Gopalgarh police firing.


He pointed out that former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi had initiated a resolution and later passed by the Congress working committee to axe any chief minister of a state whose state had seen communal riots. "It is the prime duty of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and the Congress party to honour the decision," Madani said.


UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and Congress party of a resolution passed by congress working committee by Rajiv Gandhi to axed chief minister of state which had communal riot. "It is the prime duty of the Sonia and Rahul Gandhi to honour his decisions," Madni said.


"Ideally, Congress should have been thrown out," said Madani, who critised state government for not awarding compensation to 11 Muslim youths from Kota who after spending 3.5 years in jail were acquitted by a lower court in connection with Jaipur blast in December 2011.


On Khalil Chisty, a Pakistani virologist who was granted bail by the Supreme Court recently, he said, "Considering his age and illness, he should be released on humanitarian grounds."


(Courtesy: The Times of India)

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