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Making a New Khilafat by Congress in Karnataka.

Congress unleashed a Khilafat in Karnataka

Congress Govt in Karnataka may withdraw circular banning hijab, warns of  RSS – Bajrang Dal Ban, contemplates repealing all legislations made in favour of Hindus including the anti-cow slaughter and anti-conversion laws.

B Upendran | HENB | Bengaluru | May 25, 2023:: After gaining a thumping majority in the Karnataka Assembly election with the help of communal Muslim votes, the Congress Govt in the state is trying to make a Khilafat to boost up Islamist mentality there to harp on Hindus indiscriminately. Now, the Congress government in Karnataka is seriously considering withdrawing the primary and secondary education department’s circular prohibiting hijabs in schools and pre-university colleges in the state to ease the Sharia abidance by the Momin believers.

It’s amazing that only 13% of Muslims in Karnataka are influencing the Congress Politics in the State with its power of Islamic brotherhood and fruitfully perpetuating all their demand one by one.

Senior state minister Priyank Kharge, who is the son of AICC President  Mallikarjun Kharge, also said that his government would ban outfits like Bajrang Dal if peace in the state was disturbed. “We have promised in our manifesto to turn Karnataka into a paradise. If peace is disturbed, we won’t consider if it is Bajrang Dal or any other Sangh Parivar outfit,” he said. Now Congress is supporting the Muslims in Karnataka who have been demanding the ban on all Hindutva organisations for a long.

state minister Priyank Kharge, who is the son of AICC President  Mallikarjun Kharge, also said that his government would ban outfits like Bajrang Dal if peace in the state was disturbed. “We have promised in our manifesto to turn Karnataka into a paradise. If peace is disturbed, we won’t consider if it is Bajrang Dal or any other Sangh Parivar outfit,” he said.

But, the vision of Congress to make Karnataka a paradise is visually resembling the Islamic paradise desired by the Muslims living in the state.

Already, the Muslim outfits are pressuring on Govt to ban all Hindutva outfits in Karnataka as was promised by Congress in their election manifesto.

Asked specifically about the RSS, the Congress Minister said, “If anyone breaks the law, they will be treated as per the law of the land, even if it means a ban.” Some elements have been roaming freely in society without fear of the law or police for the past four years, he said. “If the BJP leadership finds it unacceptable, they can go to Pakistan,” Priyank added. “We will review the hijab order and the revision of textbooks, besides all legislation, including the anti-cow slaughter and anti-conversion laws, passed by the previous BJP government. If we find any of these laws contentious, communal, or going against the social fabric or image of the state, we will consider repealing them,’’ said Priyank.

At the same time, Congress is planning to free all the jailed members of Jihadi outfits including banned PFI under pressure from the Minority board of the state as apprehended.

The hijab row erupted after six students at the Government Pre-University College for Girls, Udupi, who were not allowed to enter their classrooms wearing the hijab, began a protest in December 2021. The protests spread across the state, vitiating educational campuses in coastal and Malnad districts.

The previous BJP government had issued circular prohibiting hijabs in schools and pre-university colleges in the state. The matter reached the Karnataka HC, which upheld the decision of the state government. The issue was later taken up in the Supreme Court where a two-judge bench pronounced a split verdict. The Supreme Court then said it would consider setting up a three-judge bench to adjudicate the matter.

“Our government stands firm on reviewing legislation that is unconstitutional, violates the rights of an individual, and affects the image of the state, investment, and employment. We want to build an economically and socially equal Karnataka. As many as 18,000 minority students have been out of school since the hijab circular came into effect. We want to ensure they return to the mainstream and continue their education,’’ said Priyank, son of AICC chief Mallikarjun Kharge.

 The previous BJP government had passed the Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Act, 2020, which laid out stringent punishments for violations and provided for powers to search and seize premises; and the Anti-Conversion Act, 2022, which said: “No person shall convert or attempt to convert either directly or otherwise any other person from one religion to another by use of misrepresentation, force, undue influence, coercion, allurement, or by any fraudulent means or by marriage, nor shall any person abet or conspire for conversions.”

Not only promoting Hijab on educational campuses, the Karnataka Congress is also contemplating the special provision of ensuring Triple Talaq which is now restricted under central law provisions but objected to by many Sharia and Muslim Fatwa bodies.

Congress insiders claimed the party was planning to withdraw the circular on the hijab and repeal the anti-cow slaughter and anti-conversion laws brought by the previous BJP government.

While campaigning for the assembly polls, Congress had stated that the ban on the hijab and all laws made on a communal basis by the previous BJP government would be withdrawn once the party formed government in the state. While some senior party functionaries are in favour of a ban on Bajrang Dal, as promised in the manifesto, several have taken objection in view of the fact that Lok Sabha polls are not far off and the party does not want to play into the hands of BJP.

But, the dangerous communal game plan of Congress as if a new ‘Khilafat movement’ to woo the Muslim voters for getting their support in the next Lok Sabha election, will endanger the social fabric of Karnataka as Sharia mandates do not match with the democratic structure anyway.

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Inputs from TOI.

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