Farooq Abdullah on hijab row: Radical elements trying to divide people on common lines
Insisting that some “extreme aspects” were trying to separate individuals of the nation on communal lines amidst the hijab conflict, National Meeting head of state Farooq Abdullah on Sunday stated everybody has the right to wear whatever they want and also is totally free to exercise his or her religious beliefs.He likewise targeted
the delimitation payment and said it is”entirely wrong “. “The nation is equivalent for all. You have a right to eat anything, to put on anything till you do not place the integrity of the nation at risk. Every person has his very own religion,” Abdullah, who is likewise a Participant of Parliament, told reporters in Pulwama in south Kashmir.He said the”
strikes” on religious beliefs are being done by some “radical components”. “These radical elements are trying to split individuals of the country on common lines so as to win polls. God ready, it will finish someday,” the NC leader said.To a query concerning the delimitation compensation, Abdullah said it is “totally incorrect”.
“We are preparing our reaction as well as will send that to them (panel) prior to (Feb) 14. It will certainly come prior to you too and also you will see what problems we have raised,” he said.The Delimitation Commission, mandated to redraw the setting up constituencies of Jammu and Kashmir, was formed in March 2020. It is headed by previous High court
judge Ranjana Prakash Desai as well as has Chief Political Election Commissioner Sushil Chandra as well as the state election commissioner of Jammu as well as Kashmir as its ex-officio members.In its draft report shown to its 5 connected participants–
all Lok Sabha participants from Jammu as well as Kashmir– the delimitation panel has recommended an overhaul of assembly and Lok Sabha constituencies in the union territory.Abdullah, while supporting talks between India as well as Pakistan, claimed the friendship in between both countries would break the waves of bitterness.”It seems that the relationships between India and Pakistan will certainly progress. If there is friendship
between the 2 nations, this wave of displeasure will break, “the Srinagar Lok Sabha MP.READ|Hijab row: Peace conference held in Karnataka’s Udupi before schools, universities reopen on Feb 14 ALSO READ|Those politicising hijab issue don’t understand its repercussions: Chhattisgarh centimeters Released at Sunlight, 13 Feb 2022 14:00:19-0500