Muslim youths protest Pak PM's presence for swearning in of Modi
Muslim Youth of Maharashtra (MYM) has last night declared that it would hold protest demonstrations at the time when BJP's Narendra Modi takes over as the new Prime Minister of the country on Monday at 1800 hrs.
Addressing a news conference here, an active member of the MYM and NCP corporator of the Thane Municipal Corporation Najeeb Mulla said the youth were annoyed over invitation to Nawaz Sharif Pak Prime Minister to the swearing in ceremony and hence the protest and demonstration.
The protest demonstration would be carried out near the Thane railway station to coincide with the swearing in ceremony, he said.
He said Indians especially those of the Hindu line of thinking and the BJP and Sena leaders singled out the Indian Muslims as anti nationals. Under this circumstances the Pak Prime Minister should have rejected the invitation he said.
He also said he was expressing the views of the youth from Mumbai,Thane, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Nanded and other places from Maharashtra and all the youth were totally annoyed over the invitation and acceptance of the invitation and presence. We also condemn in strong words the presence of Sharif. he said. The allegations being made by the Hindu minded organisations that the muslim youth from India are nothing but sympathizers of Pak has put them into lot of untold hardships, he stated.
With regards to getting employment and all other opportunities the Muslim youths are singled out he said with serious concern and hence the Pak Prime Minister should have rejected the invitation and expressed his concern over the manner in which the muslims were being treated in India he said.
(Posted on 26-05-2014)