Those stopping our children from wearing Hijab will be cut to pieces : Threatens Karntakata Congress leader Mukarram Khan

Religious fanatics have been pampered by the Congress so much that they openly threaten the very fabric of society !

Editorial Comment

Religious fanatics have been pampered by the Congress party to such an extent that they can openly threaten the very fabric of society. The so-called secularists will never be seen condemning such hate-filled statements. The situation can only change if Hindus and their organisations unite to establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra’.

Mukarram Khan

Bengaluru (Karnataka) – Karnataka Congress leader Mukarram Khan has made a threatening statement on Hijab that aligns with the ideology of Jihadi Islamists. A video appeared on 17th February 2022 in which Khan was heard saying, “Those stopping our children from wearing Hijab will be cut to pieces”.

The Karnataka Hijab row is still going on with students breaching the interim orders of the Karnataka High Court prohibiting religious attires inside the educational campus. Students have continued to wear a Hijab and Burqa while going to college, however, the colleges are not allowing them to enter. The statement of Mukarram Khan has now added to the unrest in Karnataka.

Mukarram Khan is a former Zilla Panchayat member from Sedam in the Kalburgi District of Karnataka. In his controversial statement in support of the pro-Hijab protests going on in Karnataka, he said “What clothes are they wearing ? They are wearing saffron clothes and asking our children to remove the Hijab, restricting them from wearing a Hijab. Those stopping our children from wearing Hijab will be cut to pieces”.

Hindu organisations have protested against Mukarram Khan’s statement. They agitated outside the Sedam Police station in the Kalburgi District. They demanded a case be registered and strict action be taken against Mukarram Khan. Sivakumar (VHP Organisational Secretary of the District) has filed a complaint against Mukarram Khan. He has reportedly said “The person who has made a hatred instigating remark must not be spared. We can also talk as aggressively but we restrain taking care that our words should not cause any unrest in society”.

The Karnataka Hijab row has also caused various incidents of unrest and political reaction in other States including poll-bound Uttar Pradesh. CM Yogi Adityanath said in an interview that in personal life, everyone can wear the clothes they want, but institutes that require a specific dress code as a part of discipline cannot be the places to assert the religious identity through the attires.

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