Wakf Board proposed to give money to the Government to fight against Coronavirus
On the one hand, Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan wants temple gold to be borrowed, on the other hand, Muslim MLA of the Congress says that the money of their religious institution should be spent only on Muslims. This makes it clear that Muslim public representatives always give priority to religion.
The temples of Hindus are Government-controlled and their money is spent on other religions, but not a single Hindu public representative opposes. Whereas, Muslim public representatives immediately oppose when their religious institutions spend money for others.
Bengaluru (Karnataka) – The Wakf Board of Karnataka has announced that it will pay money to the State and Central Government assistance funds to fight against coronavirus and they have also requested others to donate. This has been opposed by the State Congress MLA Zameer Ahmed Khan. In addition, former Chief Minister Kumaraswamy has also protested.
- Zameer Ahmed has said that the money of the Wakf board is that of Muslims, that is why it should be utilised only for Muslims. The Wakf Board should give money to the poor Muslims. Why is the Board giving this money to the State or the Central Government ?
- Kumaraswamy says, “The State Government gives grants to the Wakf Board, so the Wakf Board should not give this type of donation to the Government.” (Why does the State Government give grants to the Wakf Board, why is this money not used for developmental activities instead ? – Editor)