PM Modi met Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan, says Azam
Ghazipur: Uttar Pradesh’s Minority Welfare Minister Mohammad Azam Khan on Saturday stoked another controversy by saying that Prime Minister Narendra Modi met most wanted mafia don Dawood Ibrahim during his Pakistan visit along with the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Interestingly, Dawood celebrated his 60th birthday on the same day on which political parties took a jibe at Modi by saying that he will return to India after the cake cutting ceremony.
What Azam said in Rampur:
- Raised questions over the court proceedings in Triple Talaq issue.
- No one has the right to speak against Personal Law.
- How can any other religion thrust upon its views on Islam?
- No one has the right to intervene in practise of other religion.
Azam’s views on the Centre:
- There is RSS government at the Centre.
- RSS has no faith in the constitution or historical propriety in any way.
- His reaction was to a query what NCP leader Sharad Pawar alleged on Friday that the history books contents were being changed at the behest of the Central government
Azam on hate speeches by BJP leaders in Muzaffarnagar:
- It was Muzaffarnagar riot which brought Bharatiya Janata Party in the power at the Centre.
- BJP will continue to do so.
- BJP will not succeed on communal plank any more.
What is Triple Talaq controversy:
- Male has the right to give divorce to his wife by reciting Talaq thrice, according to Shariyat.
- This was challenged by one Shahbano during the tenure of Rajiv Gandhi as a Prime Minister in Supreme Court.
Prime Minsiter Narendra Modi visited Pakistan in December last year where he also attended a marriage ceremony of Sharif’s granddaughter