On Tuesday, IIMIM presidents Asaduddin and Wei C accused the BJP-led state governments of violating fundamental rights enshrined in the constitution by falsely accusing them of bringing in an ordinance against conversions.
On Tuesday, IIMIM presidents Asaduddin and Wei C accused the BJP-led state governments of violating fundamental rights enshrined in the constitution by falsely accusing them of bringing in an ordinance against conversions. Describing the new agriculture law of the central government as ‘strict’, VC challenged the Narendra Modi government to introduce a law on employment, which guarantees the Minimum Support Price (MSP) to farmers.
He said that any adult can marry whomever he wants and the BJP’s intention in bringing such a law against conversion is to mock the constitution. He was referring to the implementation of an ordinance brought against forced conversion by the Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday and the approval of a similar law in the cabinet of the Madhya Pradesh government.
“The BJP is creating an atmosphere of hatred against the Muslim community,” OVC told reporters here. He said that this law is a clear violation of Articles 14, 21 and 25 of the Constitution, which is equality, the right to life, respectively. And the right to personal liberty and the right to religious freedom. The Hyderabad MP said, “I challenge the BJP as to why they do not legislate on giving MSP to farmers, which is a matter of time.” Over the past few weeks, thousands of farmers have been protesting against the Modi government’s laws at the Delhi border.
He claimed that instead of doing so, he (BJP) was bringing the ordinance against conversion. The OYC said in response to a question that his party would select whether local body elections were held in Madhya Pradesh or in Gujarat or other states.
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