Jammu and Kashmir: Mehbooba Mufti said that the biggest issue is the protest of the farmers. At the same time, the issues of the people of the divided Jammu and Kashmir, rampant corruption and lack of development should also be talked about.
Mehbooba Mufti, former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
People’s Democratic Party (PDP) president Mehbooba Mufti said on Tuesday that instead of Afghanistan, the problems being faced by the people in this country should be talked about. Mehbooba alleged that the BJP government has made people’s lives pathetic. He said that the government is not listening to anyone along with the farmers sitting on the roads for the last nine months.
He told reporters in Poonch, “The Taliban are in Afghanistan. Why do we talk about them… we have so many issues. The biggest issue is the protest of the farmers. At the same time, the issues of the people of the divided Jammu and Kashmir, rampant corruption and lack of development should also be talked about.
Recently, Mehbooba Mufti was in the discussion about one of her statements. In fact, he said that his statement on the Taliban was being deliberately distorted and used “to attract users to the website” as Muslims are always expected to prove that they are victims of violence. are not together. Most countries that claim to uphold Sharia have “failed to assimilate its true values”.
The Mufti had said that the Taliban has come to the fore as a reality. For the first time in power, he had an image of an opponent of human rights. If he wants to rule Afghanistan, he must follow the true Sharia law set forth in the Quran that guarantees the rights of women, children and the elderly. His comments were criticized in certain sections of the media as well as on social media forums.
My statement was deliberately distorted: Mehbooba
A day later, the former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said she was not surprised that her statement on Sharia was deliberately distorted. Mehbooba had tweeted, “Can’t lift a finger as most countries claiming to uphold Sharia have failed to imbibe its true values. He only imposed restrictions on women as to what to do and what not to do, how to dress etc.” He had said that the original Medina Charter talks of equal rights for men, women and minorities. “Even women have been given property, social, legal and marriage rights. Non-Muslims have similar rights to religious freedom and equality of law which is the essence of secularism.
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