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Remove mosques located near temples, says BJP’s Nishad! RSS rank and file can go to Nepal or Bhutan say AIMF and RJP

Baghpat: UP’s Fisheries minister Sanjay Nishad has called for the removal of all mosques located near temples. In response toit All India Muslim Federation (AIMF) National President MA Mujeeb urged 2% populated RSS members to go to Bhutan or Nepal and restrain from continuing as traitors of the nation.

Speaking to reporters here on Wednesday, Nishad said a religious frenzy has spread in India, and the mosques, which are located near temples, should be removed.

In response to Nishad’s vested interest and malafide intentional conspiracy in divide the nation to facilitate Manusmrithi in place of Dr. Ambedkar’s Constitution of India. Mujeeb condemned RSS attitude of converting SCs, STs, and OBCs as their bonded Labour under Manu’s 4th category of Citizenship as “Shudras.”

,AIMF National President who is also the Chancellor of the Rashtriya Jana Parishad (RJP) advised 2 per cent of the Brahmin members of the RSS to leave the nation, restrain from continuing to injure the nation on their dirty dreams.

Mujeeb condemned the hidden agenda of the BJP to promote civil war to convert the Hindu Rastra.

On the survey of madarassas in the state, Nishad said that madarssas have been found to have been connected with terrorism, and terrorists have been caught from there a number of times.

Hence, the Muslim religious leaders should support the survey of madrassas to clear their image, he suggested.

He also accused the opposition of spreading a religious frenzy and triggering riots in association with the ‘maulanas’.

Despite that, incidents of riots have come down since the Yogi Adityanath government has come to power in Uttar Pradesh and Narendra Modi at the Centre, he said.

The Nishad party leader also said that the ‘maulanas’ have increased the poverty in the country, and it is because of them that Muslim children are deprived of education.

Nishad added that the ‘maulanas’ do not want Muslim children to be educated and become aware.