Justifying the removal of Article 35A in Jammu and Kashmir, senior BJP leader Syed Shahnawaz Hussain on Thursday targeted ‘Muslim intellectuals’ and said Article 35A was ‘against Islam’. Addressing a press conference at East Champaran district headquarters Motihari, BJP national spokesperson Hussain alleged that the repealed constitutional provision snatched a woman’s right to ancestral property in the event she was married to someone outside Jammu and Kashmir. , Which was against Sharia. He said that the Muslim intellectuals who are opposing the action of the Narendra Modi government on Jammu and Kashmir and making it a Hindu vs Muslim issue, have a question whether they feel that Article 35A according to the Sharia law of Islam Was. Hussain said that according to Sharia law, a girl cannot be deprived of her rights over property inherited from her parents. But Article 35A made him bet. It was certainly against the principles of Islam apart from violating the right to equality provided by the Constitution.
said Article 35A was ‘against Islam’.
The former Union Minister said that Muslim intellectuals should introspect on this issue. Defending the statement of Union Minister Amit Shah to implement NRC across the country, Hussain asked what was the problem with the people. He said that no country in the world tolerates people crossing their borders illegally. We cannot expect to allow illegal immigration into India. The BJP leader insisted that the recent controversy between his party’s state-level leaders and the JDU over the issue of recognizing Nitish Kumar as the Chief Ministerial candidate in next year’s Bihar assembly elections was emphasized. He said that BJP is currently busy preparing for assembly elections in Maharashtra, Haryana and Jharkhand and the Chief Minister of the respective states is the face of the party. Hussain said that this is going to be the first time that a US President will share the stage with the Indian Prime Minister on his soil. This shows the increased international dominance of India led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We should be proud of it.