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As Government Takes Note Of Zakir Naik’s Speeches, Protest Held In His Support In J&K

Published on 8 July, 2016 at 3:21 pm By

In the on-going controversy over Zakir Naik allegedly inspiring Dhaka attackers, Home Minister Rajanath Singh said necessary instructions have been issued.

 

 


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Recently, Uttar Pradesh clerics demanded strict against him. They also want a blanket ban on Peace TV where Naik’s ‘hate speeches’ are broadcasted.

“It has been reported that terrorists who attacked the Dhaka cafe were inspired by Naik. His speeches support terror and radicalise people. Naik should be arrested,” Maulana Shahbudeen Razvi, Bareilly city qazi, told TOI.

 

Zakir Naik

Zakir Naik

 However, in Jammu & Kashmir a protest was held in support of Naik.

 

Recently, Congres leader Digvijaya Singh came under fire when a video of him praising Naik surfaced on social media. Naik’s speeches are banned in countries like the UK, Canada and Malaysia.


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