Azam Khan had on Monday said that he would take the issue of rampant communal violence in India to the United Nations and also appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop those who are spreading violence and communalism across the country.
Amid outcry over lynching of a 50-year-old Muslim man in Dadri, senior Uttar Pradesh Minister Azam Khan today sought intervention of United Nations to look into the “miseries” of minorities in India.
A case should be registered against him in this incident,” Azam said while talking to reporters Saturday.
Azam Khan urged PM Narendra Modi to prevent BJP volunteers from victimizing the community to meet ‘petty political ends’.
The case against Khan was filed on a complaint by Ujjawal Gupta, reportedly the district coordinator of Bajrang Dal in Badaun.
While the club is yet to be demolished, construction work for the circuit house and transit hostel has already begun.
The State Urban Development minister was reacting on the recent pro-reservation agitation by the Patel community in Gujarat, where nine persons died in clashes with police.
The bill, which has been sent to the Raj Bhavan for approval, was passed by the House in last budget session in March.
The Congress leader Siraj Mehdi reminded Akhilesh Yadav of the unfulfilled promises of Samajwadi Party for upliftment of minority community in the state.
University Registrar has expressed concern over attaching pre-conditions for giving grant to construct the auditorium in the campus.
The state government’s Law Department is currently drafting its appeal which it plans to file in the last week of this month and for which it has collected the report of Meerut District Magistrate.
You should unite to defeat those who are here to divide us, khan said.
He was addressing the gathering after Akhilesh Yadav inaugurated Urdu IAS Study Centre.
Valmiki lost favour with Azam when he was unable to handle sanitation staff’s strike in Meerut.
The Class XII student was arrested on March 18 for allegedly posting on Facebook ‘objectionable’ comments against
Khan and a local court had sent him to 14-day judicial custody.