Lucknow: A case of shouting of provocative slogans of 'Sir Tan Se Judaa' and 'Allah-hu-Akbar' has come to light in front of the police at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh on Wednesday. The provocative slogans were raised by a crowd of alleged students who had gathered to protest against the statements of former BJP spokespersons Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal. Slogans have also been raised against Mahamandaleshwar Annapurna Giri, who demanded a ban on Jumei prayers.
After the 4 minutes and 50th second of this video that went viral on social media, many people in the crowd are shouting slogans of 'Gustakh-e-Nabi Ki Ek Saza, Sr Tan Se Juda... Sr Tan Se Juda'. During this time, the Aligarh police administration was also present there. In the video, on the 7th minute, it is clearly seen that during the commotion, the Azaan starts in a loud voice on the loudspeaker. After this, the commotion is stopped till the Azaan is over. During this time, some people sat on the spot and asked to read the prayers.
After the end of the Azaan, AMU student leader Janib Hasan said, "We oppose the statement made by AMU student Nupur Sharma on his Prophet. This is not the first and last time this has happened. The Indian media and BJP leaders are targeting Muslims day in and day out. We will not tolerate such cases.'' On Kanpur riots, Janib Hasan said, "Nupur Sharma has created a riot-like situation. There is resentment among Muslims all over the country. We demand strict action against those who speak against our Prophet. Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal should be arrested at the earliest. Action should also be taken against those policemen, who are taking action only on Muslims.''