Lucknow: Some people seem to be very angry with Rakesh Tikait, the CPI(M) leader who raised the slogan of Allah-hu-Akbar during the Mahapanchayat of Kisan Morcha in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. Shahid Hussain, a local resident of Muzaffarnagar, has reacted to Tikait's speech. The video of Shahid Hussain's reaction to the farmer leader is going viral on social media. Chartered accountant Alok Bhatt posted his video on Twitter. When Shahid was asked what was the problem with Rakesh Tikait chanting Allah-hu-Akbar and Har Har Mahadev.
Thank u Shahid Hussain Jee pic.twitter.com/VZMlRGCIeb— Alok Bhatt (@alok_bhatt) September 12, 2021
On this, Hussain said, "Muslims will not speak Har Har Mahadev. This is not a one-act play of today. Mahatma Gandhi also used to sing Ishwar Allah Tero Naam Sabko Sammati De Bhagwan every day to increase Hindu-Muslim brotherhood, but Muslims never sang this song. Even when the country was divided, it was not sung by any Muslim.'' Shahid Hussain further said, "Today Rakesh Tikait is doing Sahitya in the name of the farmer. As far as his Allah-hu-Akbar and his protest are concerned with saying Har Har Mahadev, he should keep saying. But a Muslim will never speak Har Har Mahadev. Historically, I am aware of it.'' When Hussain was asked if he did not want the Hindu-Muslim brotherhood to grow.
To this, he replied in the affirmative and said, 'Hindu-Muslim brotherhood in India was never possible, neither is nor will it ever be. There is a fundamental difference in ideology between the two. Wherever Islam went, everything else failed except Islamic doctrine. If we talk about a united India, then today's Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh were part of it, the part which was divided from India, 'Har Har Mahadev' was cut from there and only Allah-Hu-Akbar remained. Here also the part which will be cut will remain 'Allah-Hu-Akbar' and in the remaining part 'Har Har Mahadev' will remain. He said that keeps singing this song Tikait every day, it will not make any difference to us.' When asked about the Muzaffarnagar riots, he replied that these riots were not done by the BJP. Rather, every platform was prepared by Rakesh Tikait in the name of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU). After the murder of Sachin and Gaurav on the 27th, it was Aamir Alam and Rakesh Tikait who were the first to go there. After this, the one who announced on 31st was also Rakesh Tikait. Hussain said, 'As far as Kisan Union and Rakesh Tikait are concerned, both are one and the same. Both have the same objective 'to occupy power.' At present, they just want to come into politics and achieve their goals.'