New Delhi: From the disputed Gyanvapi complex in Kashi to the Idgah of Mathura, the Qutub Minar-Jama Masjid in Delhi and the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) politics has intensified. The matter of Kashi-Mathura has reached the court. Even though the political parties and common Muslims are silent on all these issues, but Muslim organizations have become active. The process of meetings of Muslim organizations has started from Delhi to Deoband and Lucknow. In these, along with considering the issues related to Muslims, a roadmap for the further strategy is also being made.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind has called a two-day conference on 28 May in Deoband to consider the problems being faced by Muslims. 5000 Maulana and Muslim intellectuals belonging to Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind will participate in this conference. In this meeting convened under the leadership of Maulana Mahmood Madani, the agenda will be to consider and strategize the socio-political-religious challenges facing the Muslims at present.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind's general secretary Niyaz Farooqui has told that the way Muslims are facing all the religious and political crises in the country at this time. The issue of increasing communal incidents and Uniform Civil Code (UCC) is being raised in the country. We have organized a meeting in Deoband regarding all these issues. He said that on the issue of Kashi-Mathura, we have made our stand clear earlier that it should not be made a road issue, but the way Muslim religious places are being targeted one after the other. In such a situation, Jamiat will also bring a proposal on this issue.