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Modi aide Zafar Sareshwala forced to leave Muslim panel's Jaipur meet
Monday March 23, 2015 9:25 AM, & Agencies

Zafar Sareshwala, who claims to be close to prime minister Narendra Modi, was Sunday had to face humiliation when he went to attend the All India Muslim Personal Law Board' s Jaipur meet.

Zafar Sareshwala

According to the sources, protest and slogan shouting started as soon as Zafar Sareshwala reached the venue to attend the Muslim panel's two-day general body meeting held in the pink city of Jaipur at the Jamea-Tul-Hidayah seminary on Sunday.

Sources said that Zafar Sareshwala, the high profile businessman who has recently been appointed as Chancellor of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) Hyderabad, had to leave the venue as various participants objected saying he was not a member.

Later on an announcement was made for those who were not the invitee or members of the board to leave the place. After the announcement, which did not mention anyone's name, Sareshwala left the venue.

Zafar Sareshwala was recently in news when he claimed that several Muslim bodies including the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) have lost their relevance and with the exception of board president Rabey Hasan Nadavi, all are fools.

"In AIMPLB, except its president Maulana Rabey Hasan Nadwi, rest all are fools. I feel that Muslim bodies like AIMPLB have no vision. They have failed to prioritise their issues," Sareshwala was quited by The Indian Express.

"There are other bodies like the Muslim Majlis Mushawarrat which became defunct in 1964, but still its dead body is being carried on by some Muslim leaders. It is stinking now. Another is Milli Council. These are all redundant", he said.


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