New Delhi: Jamiat Ulama-i Hind at its national
executive council meeting in Delhi Thursday has decided to launch a
nationwide campaign seeking the release of Muslim youth illegally
detained in different prisons in India, reservation to Muslim
minority, introduction of Communal violence Bill, amendment in
Disappointed with continued indifference of the
government towards these issues JUH has also decided to organize a
Million March in the national capital form Ram Lila to Jantar
Mntar on March 4, 2013.
The campaign includes meeting and
submitting Memorandum to the leaders of all political parties for
eliciting their support for the concerned issues. The national
executive also directed its units to gather details of those
detained especially under POTA and Tada Act.
Condemning the amendments in The UAPA Act, the JUH national
executive headed by its president Maulana Qari Mohammad Usman
Mansoorpuri in a resolution here at its central office ITO New
Delhi Thursday appealed the members of Rajya Sabha not to let pass it
in the house.
"In cases after cases several High Courts and Supreme
Court have not only acquitted the falsely accused persons because
of lack of evidence but they have indicted the police and
prosecuting security agencies for willfully and maliciously
implicating innocent persons", the JUH resolution said.
"In this situation, instead of
making amendments in this Act, the govt should introduce mechanism
and specialized agency to curb and control illegal detention and
trial in the name of anti- terrorism measures", it said.
The meeting also decided to file
petition in the court against removal of the Muslim SRP due for
sporting beard in
Maharashtra police. It also decided to fight cases of victims of Assam in
recent communal violence.
Those who attended the meeting included Maulana Mahmood Madani
general secretary JUH, Maulana Azhar Ranchi, Advocate Niaz Ahmad
Farooqui, Shakeel Ahmad Syed advocate Supreme Court, Mufti Salman
Mansoorpuri and many others all across the country.