“I have heard that the terrorists were avenging the demolition of the Babri Masjid, the Gujarat riots and other issues. But, we (Indian Muslims) have never asked for any kind of help from outside India. We don’t ask for help, we don’t complain to outsiders. We are living in a secular country. Whatever we want to say, we will tell our Prime Minister, our Cabinet ministers. It makes no sense to talk about our issues to outsiders. Why are others coming here and taking up our issues? We don’t need them.”
How heart- warming! These are the words of Mr. Kamal Faruqui, well-known leader and founder member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board, who had organised a seminar to launch the movement in New Delhi , where each speaker emphasised that it was time to stand up and be counted.
Similarly, Mr. Faruqui added: “Indian Muslims must come out of self-denial.
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