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People took to the streets in Muzaffarabad to protest against Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif's alleged insult to PoK PM Sardar Tanveer Ilyas. People are protesting in large numbers and raised slogans against Shehbaz Sharif. In fact, when Shahbaz Sharif was giving a speech during the program, Tanveer Ilyas tried to give him some suggestions, but Sharif allegedly insulted him and the incident was caught on camera. Watch the big debate on this issue in Kasam Samvidhan Ki.
Al Qaeda, one of the most dreaded terrorist organizations of the world, has accepted that Kashmir is now an integral part of India. Al Qaeda has accepted that after the removal of Article 370, the Government of India has got success in Kashmir. Al Qaeda has given this statement venting its anger on the Pakistani army. Describing the Pakistani army as cowards, Al Qaeda said that because of them terrorists are decreasing in Kashmir. Along with this, he also said that India is now getting success in Kashmir.
Statement on the history of Kashmir and the mistakes of history The war has started. The BJP had blamed Nehru and Sheikh Abdullah for the occupation of a part of Kashmir by Pakistan. So now Farooq Abdullah said that no one can forget the sacrifices of Sheikh Abdullah, today Kashmir is standing with its head raised because of the policies of Nehru and Sheikh Abdullah.
During an examination in a school in Muzaffarpur in Bihar, when a girl was asked to take off her hijab and get it checked, she created a religious uproar. The girl made this an issue and called people from outside. Not only this, she alleged that the teacher called her a traitor and also said that if there is so much stubbornness to wear the hijab, then you should go to Pakistan. The school has denied these allegations. Watch the debate in Kasam Samvidhan Ki on this issue.
Now the question is being asked whether the Ganga-Jamuni tradition for which the country was known is now over? These questions are arising because Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb has to go through a political ordeal every day. AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi has said in an Exclusive conversation with Zee News that Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb is now a museum in the country. He has said that now the Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb is not alive but dead. In such a situation, the question is, is brotherhood just an illusion of the mind?
Is Pakistan an enemy in the way of the prosperity of Jammu and Kashmir or is there a political necessity? Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah have been saying time and again that there should be talks with Pakistan. During his visit to Kashmir, Home Minister Amit Shah made it clear that there will be no talk with Pakistan, if there is talk, it will be done only with Kashmiris.
After the abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir, the second visit of Home Minister Amit Shah in three years intensified the election rhetoric. Amit Shah announced many gifts for the state. At the same time, he responded to the opposition who made a ruckus on the atmosphere of Kashmir. Amit Shah has targeted family politics in Kashmir. Amit Shah said, yes the atmosphere in J&K is not good, but for whom?
A shocking case has come to light from Ghaziabad where two communities clashed over the installation of Mata ki Chowki. It is being said that people from other communities tried to intimidate and even attack with a knife in protest against Mata's chowki. After which there was a fierce ruckus between the two communities. After getting information about the incident, the police took the lead and took action against the accused.
Today it is about Hindus because from Britain to Canada, Hindus are on target. In the form of a mob, there is a big conspiracy against the Hindus. Temples are on target.. The faith of Hindus is also being made fun of. The power of Pakistan is visible behind the masked crowd of Islamic protesters. In such a situation, we will ask the question in our big debate that who is behind Hinduphobia?
In Britain, Pakistan conspired to target Hindus in the name of religion and to some extent it was successful in carrying out its plans. Violent clashes broke out between Hindu and Muslim protesters on Saturday and Sunday in the UK's Leicester city, about 150 km from London. Watch our special show 'Kasam Samvidhan Ki'.