maulana sajjad nomani: ‘Greeting from Hindu Muslims’; Muslim Law Board Member Endorses Taliban Support for Afghan Occupation

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  • Uttar Pradesh Sambal MP Shafiqur Rahman Bark has backed the Taliban.
  • Shafiqur Rahman compared the Taliban to the fight for freedom
  • Yogi Adityanath and others came forward with criticism.

New Delhi: The Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan has raised serious concerns. People are fleeing from there en masse. At the same time, there are reports of Taliban-backed incidents, including in India.

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Maulana Sajjad Nomani, a member of the Indian Muslim Personal Law Board from India, came to support the Taliban. He also congratulated the Afghan government on its rule.

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Maulana praised the Taliban for saying this Hindi Muslim salutes them.

The statement came shortly after the Samajwadi Party compared the Taliban rule to India’s struggle for independence.

Uttar Pradesh Sambal MP Shafiqur Rahman Bark has backed the Taliban. This had drawn widespread criticism, including from the UP Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath. He was later charged with treason.

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Sambhal Lok Sabha MP Shafiqur Rahman Bark had said that the Taliban wanted to liberate their country and that this was an internal affair of Afghanistan. Later in the assembly, Prime Minister Yogi criticized him.

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He blatantly supports the Taliban. It means supporting their primitive work. UP Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath criticized.

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