'Make as many laws as you want, you will not be able to stop the birth, this is Allah's law..' : SP MP Burke

Sambhal: Samajwadi Party (SP) Lok Sabha MP Dr. Shafiqur Rahman Barq has once again opposed the population control law. He said that make any law, but the birth will not stop. The MP said that the law made by Allah is bigger than any law made by the people of the whole world. There is no effect on the law made by the above, you can make as many laws as you want, but you cannot ban birth. He said that the population control law will not succeed. Along with this, he has advised the BJP to do equal justice.

Samajwadi Party's Lok Sabha MP Dr Shafiqur Rahman Barq said that Allah created a human being without looking at Hindus and Muslims. After coming to India, all the people became believers of different religions, but all are the children of Allah. All people are children of Adam and Eve. The SP MP further said that Quran Sharif is the law of Allah and any law made in the world will not affect the law made by Allah.

On the population control law, the SP MP said that no matter how many laws the government makes, the birth of children will not be stopped. He said that if someone thinks that making a population control law will reduce the population, then it is not so at all. Attacking the BJP government, he said that the Nizam of the whole country is in your hands. So do the same justice to all of you, whoever is at fault should be punished. He said that justice is justice, there is no Hindu Muslim in it, so justice should be equal with everyone.

Burke also hit out at the BJP, saying instead of spreading  hatred, divide love. He said that you work to connect hearts, create love in it. After that, India will take the path of progress. He claimed that no matter how many population control laws the central government makes, it is not going to succeed according to Islam.

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