Muslim organisations and Union minister Naqvi denounce the death in Udaipur


According to Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, the murder of tailor Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur was against both humanity and Islam on Wednesday.

“The criminals are opposed to Islam. The killing’s ferocity and cruelty reveal the Talbani mentality of the two. This kind of heinous act is intolerable in any society, culture, or nation. In response to the incident, Naqvi remarked on Wednesday, “We need to be vigilant against those who are attempting to rip apart the social fabric of the country.

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) and Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind also released comments denouncing the Udaipur event and describing it as “un-Islamic,” echoing the minister’s remarks.

“No one has the authority to impose laws on themselves. This is not permitted by Islamic law. Having said that, the Indian government cannot escape accountability for the level of division and hostility that exists in the nation today and to which the government has knowingly contributed. Despite the uproar over Nupur Sharma’s remarks on the Prophet, no legal action was taken against her. Action must be taken against all offenders if the government hopes to stop the spiralling hatred and this kind of radicalization of society. “Such an atmosphere has been created, but we are in no way justifying the occurrence,” stated executive member Dr. SQR Ilyas of AIMPLB.