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B Upendran | HENB | Chennai | March 20, 2022:: Tamil Nadu police arrested two Muslim men on Saturday on the charge of issuing death threats to Karnataka High Court judges who delivered the ‘hijab verdict’ on March 15 that upheld a ban on students wearing the Islamic headscarf in class.
Kovai Rahmathullah was arrested in Tirunelveli, while S Jamal Mohammed Usmani, 44, was taken into custody in Thanjavur.
A three-judge bench (comprising Chief Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi, Justice Krishna S Dixit and Khazi Jaibunnisa Mohiuddin) of Karnataka HC held in its verdict that hijab is not an essential practice of Islam and exclusion of the headscarf comes under reasonable restriction. The court also upheld a February 5 Karnataka government order asking students to follow the uniform mandated by educational institutions.
Several Islamic outfits have been protesting across Tamil Nadu against the Karnataka HC’s judgment. A video clip of one such protest meeting in Tamil against the Karnataka HC’s judgment. A video clip of one such protest meeting in Tamil Nadu’s Madurai on Thursday went viral on social media two days later. It shows Tamil Nadu Tawheed Jamath (TNTJ) auditing committee member Kovai Rahmathullah purportedly saying that a judge who gave a ‘wrong’ verdict was killed during his morning walk in Jharkhand.
“There are some emotional people in our community,” he said in a veiled threat to the judges. “If something happens to them (Karnataka HC judges), BJP is waiting for an opportunity to blame us.”
Police registered cases against two more people, TNTJ Madurai district president Habibullah and vice president Asan Badshah, who had organised the meeting.
In Thanjavur, police arrested TNTJ headquarters speaker S Jamal Mohammed Usmani on Friday and booked the outfit’s Thanjavur district leader Rajik Mohammed for making derogatory remarks against Karnataka HC judges, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, home minister Amit Shah and UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath.
Tamil Nadu Tawheed Jamath (TNTJ) is a extremist organization in the sate of Tamil Nadu and is working under camouflaged manner in several states in the south extending hand to hand support to other Islamist organizations viz. Popular Front of India (PFI), Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), Campus Front of India (CFI), Students Islamic Organization (SIO) and others. All these organizations are subversive and communal outfits as per many reports of the Union Govt of India. ‘All these organizations should be banned immediately’, opined a senior BJP leader in Tamil Nadu.