Firm statement of Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan
New Delhi – ‘The word ‘Shariat’ is wrong. Shariat is called the law of Allah, which is the law of nature; however, this law does not apply in our country. We have a Constitution. The Shariah says that Muslims should not live where the Shariah does not apply. If so, then Muslims should abide by Sharia’, said Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan in an interview with Times Now Navbharat.
1. Governor Khan further said that the reasons behind the Udaipur massacre should also be considered. We need to pay attention to this, ‘How can this disease be cured ?’ ‘Muslims in India are terrified’, it is said. If a head-hunter threatens to kill a person by going to his shop and saying that he is ‘scared’, then those who are not scared should think about what they can do.
— NBT Hindi News (@NavbharatTimes) July 3, 2022
2. In the case of Nupur Sharma, Muslims have announced such a punishment as ‘Sir Tan Se Juda’ (beheading). Regarding this, Governor Arif Mohammad Khan said that spirituality is an important thing in religion. Spirituality respects life, not beheading. Spirituality also loves those who do wrong and tries to guide them to the right path.