The country’s Ganga-Jamuna ethos will face serious jeopardy if this situation continues: AIUMB President

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While the rest of the world is thinking about human footing and habitation on the moon, we are still engaged with fighting on the Mandir-Masjid issue. Nobody is interested in caring about human life.”
 

“Politics of hate has played havoc across the country. But the community has to tackle with it with great caution”, said Hazrat Syed Ashraf Kichchauchwi, the president of AIUMB and World Sufi Forum, while addressing a religious gathering on the successful completion of a conference at Notnawa which was held recently.

Founder and National President of the All India Ulema and Mashaikh Board (AIUMB) further said that the fire of communalism is being fanned in Bengal and if it continues to do so, it will create irreparable damage to the social and communal harmony, not only in the state, but in the entire country.
Hazrat Syed Ashraf Kichchauchwi said that the people are marching towards the roads and streets in an attempt to ‘protect the religion’. “They would have better protected their religion, if they had practiced the religious beliefs indoors”, he said.
He continued: “While the rest of the world is thinking about human footing and habitation on the moon, we are still engaged with fighting on the Mandir-Masjid issue. Nobody is interested in caring about human life.”
While other developing countries talk about their progress and development, we should rise above these useless issues and think only about how we can productively contribute towards the regeneration of our country-India-and its age-old civilisation.
It’s only with you and us where the beginning of love takes place and also ends. If mutual love is lost between us, not only our society but the country’s  Ganga-Jamuna ethos will face serious jeopardy.
The capability to turn our country into a super power is in jeopardy with such acts.

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