LOOKEAST REPORT BJP leader and Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has landed the BJP in a spot by threatening to send Chief Minister Manik Sarkar to Bangladesh after the 2018 polls. While the Chief Minister has ignored Sarma’s tirade and attacked BJP on its contradictory pitches, the comment has drawn furious responses from many. Even…
Though a part of political parties and some Muslim organisations have criticized All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief Maulana Badruddin Ajmal for his call of “Muslim unity against Hindus”, the Muslims agents in the major parties have been geared up for a franchise of “Political Jihad” in India. While Assam is now poll-bound, this Islamic flair up in the political polarization against Hindus and BJP is very significant.
Maulana Ajmal, the Chief of AIUDF, who represents Dhubri Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha), had allegedly sought the unity of Muslims at a rally in western Assam at Rangia recently. This fanatic Maulana plays a very important role in Muslims politics having close connections with Jamat-e-Islami Hind, Jammat-e-Ulema-Hind, All India Majlish-e-Ittehadul-Muslimin (AIMIM), Popular Front India (PFI) and Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI).
“The AIUDF chief is fanning communal passion. He has prepared a blueprint for a Hindu-Muslim riot. This comes in the wake of the Assam Police chief’s disclosure about attempts on social media to motivate Muslims to join the ISIS. The state government should take strong note of Ajmal’s design and foil it,” BJP’s Guwahati MP, Bijoya Chakraborty, said in a statement in Guwahati.
Ms. Chakraborty also labelled Ajmal as an agent of Bangladeshi Muslims illegally staying in Assam and as a fundamental in nature.
The ruling Congress, reportedly weighing a pre-poll alliance with AIUDF, accused Ajmal of planting the seeds of communalism ahead of the assembly polls. “He should desist from making such statements and stop using religion as a tool to win elections,” Pradesh Congress Committee chief Anjan Dutta said. An umbrella body of seven Muslim organisations representing Assamese Muslims also came down heavily on Ajmal, urging the state government to take stern action against him.
“We do not subscribe to Ajmal’s brand of divisive politics. He should know he can’t speak for the indigenous Muslims of Assam,” Nekibur Zaman, representing the seven organisations, said.
even these political Jihadists have access into the arena of TMC through Nurar Rehman Barkati and Siddikullah like people in WB and through Azam Khan like people in SP in Uttar Pradesh
This communal political polarization throughout India is mildly opposed by the so called secular parties very seldom. The Congress and Communists political parties frequently make election allies with both Muslim and Christian fundamental political forces in Kerala, Assam, J&K and some parts of India. Even these political Jihadists have access into the arena of TMC through Nurar Rehman Barkati and Siddikullah like people in WB and through Azam Khan like people in SP in Uttar Pradesh.
This type political polarization poses a dangerous consequences in Muslim majority districts in various states and Christian dominated North Eastern provinces in India.
International Islamic forces and ISI are very active for such Political Jihad in whole of Kashmir valley, Bihar -3 districts, Bengal -3 district, Kerala -1 district and Assam -9 districts.
The radicalized Islamic forces in India want a demographic change in Hindu dominated India with the strong political hold in state and national level.