There is no place for terrorism in Islam: Maulana Madni
MP and senior leader of Jamiat-ul Ulema Hind, Maulana Syed Mehmood Asad Madni said he would oppose the Central Madarsa Board which infringes religious and cultural identity of Madarsa.mumbai Updated: Jan 17, 2010 23:50 IST
MP and senior leader of Jamiat-ul Ulema Hind, Maulana Syed Mehmood Asad Madni said he would oppose the Central Madarsa Board which infringes religious and cultural identity of Madarsa.
Madni was speaking at a conference 'Usol-e Insaf' held at the Urdu High School compound at Jalna, Maharashtra on Sunday.
He said that the government should give reservation to Muslims without disturbing other quotas. He said the UPA government should amend the Constitution and bring a bill of reservation in the Parliament. However, Madni said that Muslims should pursue education as qualities and brains would be valued and respected.
He urged Muslims to prepare a vision of 20 years for spreading education in the community. He said that education is solution for all problems.
He lambasted the Maharashtra government for arresting innocent persons. He said the accused should not be branded as a criminal. An accused, irrespective of caste and religious, should not be declared criminal unless the court declares.
He appealed the Muslims not to fall prey to emotive issues which are obstacles of their development. He appealed the community to be aware of deceivers who provoke the community.