Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind cancels Eid Milan event that was slated to be held on June 30 at Hotel ITC Maurya, New Delhi.
The event does not bear any significance in the deteriorating communal atmosphere: Maulana Mahmood Madani
Citing the current communal atmosphere in the country in which efforts are being made to create inferiority complex and feeling of being second class citizen among minorities especially the Muslims and Dalits in the country by mob lynching or other ways, Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind has decided to cancel his Eid Milan event scheduled to be held on June 30 this week.
Maulana Mahmud Madani, General Secretary of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, said: “We are pained to make this decision respecting the sentiments of the just minded and peace loving persons of the country who are grieved at series of mob lynching to create mindset of superiority among majority community and to show that law is paralyzed and it cannot protect minorities while the Government has been playing negligence in ensuring security and protection to the oppressed ones.”
Maulana Madani also said: “We hope that the Government will understand our feelings and make efforts to resolve the issues of the oppressed and weaker sections of the society by restoring the atmosphere of peace and trust so that the public may celebrate the Eid, Holi and Diwali with full rejoice and calmness representing the idea of peaceful co-existence and share the pain and pleasure of each other.”