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Dharma Sansad: Jamiat Wrote A Letter To The Election Commission, Demanding A Ban On Organizing In Aligarh


PTI, New Delhi

Published by: Anurag Saxena
Updated Thu, 13 Jan 2022 10:38 PM IST

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A workforce led by former AMU college students’ union president Salman Imtiaz met the district administration final week to demand to not enable the holding of Dharma Sansad in Aligarh. He claimed that this might warmth up the ambiance within the electoral state of Uttar Pradesh.

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Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, a outstanding Muslim physique, stated on Thursday that it has written to the Election Commission and the district officer, demanding a ban on the proposed Dharma Sansad in Aligarh. Jamiat stated in its letter that there ought to be a ban on holding the proposed Dharma Sansad on January 22 and 23 in Aligarh or on every other date at every other place.

The group demanded motion towards those that “habitually give hate speeches, bask in unlawful proceedings and stated that conducting peaceable and honest elections is the first duty of the Election Commission”. “These persons are clearly organizing Dharma Sansad throughout elections to unfold communal rigidity within the society and they need to be stopped,” wrote in his letter.

The pupil chief had demanded from the district administration to not enable the occasion

A workforce led by former Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) college students’ union president Salman Imtiaz met the district administration final week to demand to not enable the holding of Dharma Sansad in Aligarh. He claimed that this might warmth up the ambiance within the electoral state of Uttar Pradesh.

Sanatan Hindu Seva Sanstha has proposed to prepare Dharma Sansad in Aligarh, the principle theme of which is the position of a monk in present politics. However, the Aligarh district administration has not acquired any written utility concerning the group of any such occasion.

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Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, a outstanding Muslim physique, stated on Thursday that it has written to the Election Commission and the district officer, demanding a ban on the proposed Dharma Sansad in Aligarh. Jamiat stated in its letter that there ought to be a ban on holding the proposed Dharma Sansad on January 22 and 23 in Aligarh or on every other date at every other place.

The group demanded motion towards those that “habitually give hate speeches, bask in unlawful proceedings and stated that conducting peaceable and honest elections is the first duty of the Election Commission”. “These persons are clearly organizing Dharma Sansad throughout elections to unfold communal rigidity within the society and they need to be stopped,” wrote in his letter.

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