JDU leader Ghulam Rasool Balyavi is once again in discussion regarding his controversial statement. This time he said that no matter how thick the books of law get made, my law is my messenger for me. Not only this, he has also supported his provocative statements in the religious program of Hazaribagh on Thursday.
According to media reports, JDU leader Ghulam Rasool Balyavi said that our children are taken away at any time in the name of terrorism. Our children serve 18-20 years of imprisonment and then are released with dignity. He said that if our children go to any demonstration, they are fired upon.
Balyavi remained adamant on his provocative statement at Hazaribagh religious program on Thursday. He said that whatever I said is correct. He said that no one is putting a hand on the honor of Prophet Mohammad. Now the time has come that two laws should be made. A law should be made that if any person puts his hand on the honor of Prophet Mohammad, he should be tried for treason. The second law should also be made that like the SC-ST Act, a separate Safety Act should also be written for Muslims. He said that just as the children of Dalits are getting concession in jobs, participation in power, in the same way we need a separate law for Muslims.
Nupur Sharma fiercely targeted
Let us tell you that Ghulam Rasool Balyavi, while giving a provocative speech at a religious rally in Hazaribagh, targeted Nupur Sharma, the leader expelled from the BJP. He had said that abuse me as much as you want, but if you put your hand on the respect of my master, then we will turn the cities into Karbala. Said that no party has said anything about the arrest of Nupur Sharma, who had insolence in the honor of Prophet Muhammad. He had made many attacks on Nupur Sharma by calling her mad.