Call for Strengthening the Hands of Those Working for the Nation’s Well-being
New Delhi, October 24. On the auspicious occasion of Dussehra, the nationalistic Muslim organization, Muslim Rashtriya Manch, extends its heartfelt greetings to all Indians and calls upon everyone to slay the inner Ravana residing within them. The Manch believes that it’s crucial to eliminate the traits of terrorism, arrogance, inhumanity, injustice, desire, anger, greed, jealousy, attachment, and selfishness within us to truly understand and symbolize the significance of Dussehra. Additionally, the Manch urges all those working for the nation’s welfare to strengthen their resolve.
Key Decisions in the Meeting
The Manch’s National Media Incharge Shahid Sayeed stated that during the online meeting held on Tuesday on the sacred occasion of Dussehra, national, regional, and local coordinators, associates, officials, leaders, and dedicated members all came together. The consensus in the meeting emphasized the need for unity to work in the nation’s best interest with true dedication and commitment. Every citizen has a role and responsibility in building a strong and prosperous India.
The Manch asserts that the victory of good over evil and the establishment of a just society require not just political power but also the individual responsibility of every Indian to contribute to the nation’s well-being. The Manch believes that only by following the path of divine humanity can we unite to create a powerful and prosperous nation.
The MRM emphasizes that the destruction of Ravana’s ten contemporary faces, symbolizing ignorance, incompetence, arrogance, lawlessness, immorality, corruption, anarchy, discrimination, oppression, and terrorism, is of utmost importance. Only by eradicating these tamasic (dark) tendencies can we embrace the victory of sattvic (pure) qualities and the triumph of spiritual strength over physical force on the auspicious occasion of Dussehra.
Love, Sex, and Betrayal
The Muslim Rashtriya Manch emphasizes that it’s essential to eliminate deceit and acts of violence carried out under the guise of love, such as love jihad, murders committed in the name of love, sexual immorality, triple talaq, deceitful behavior, and illiteracy. The Manch is committed to promoting the concept of one nation, one flag, one law, which it believes is necessary to address these issues. The Manch has faith in a uniform civil code for all citizens.
Priorities of the Manch
Before this, the Muslim Rashtriya Manch has successfully contributed to raising awareness on various societal issues and has worked on solutions for complex problems that may have seemed difficult or impossible. This includes legislating on triple talaq, revoking Article 370 and 35A in Kashmir, and ensuring a clear path for the construction of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
No Tolerance for the Blood of the Innocents
The Manch hopes to see countries like Russia, Ukraine, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, and Turkey work towards peace and harmony through dialogue, resolving conflicts. The Manch strongly condemns any form of terrorism and makes it clear that it stands with Palestine but not with terrorist organizations like Hamas. The Manch also emphasizes that Israel should not target the innocent and the helpless.
The Need for Caution
The MRM believes that India should be cautious of antisocial elements and groups that use underprivileged sections of society as vote banks. These groups have kept people illiterate for their political gain and have misused their votes.
Yatra for PoK (Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir)
In the meeting, it was decided that the Yatra for PoK would continue across the country, creating political, diplomatic, social, and moral pressure on Pakistan. This initiative aims to bring back Gilgit-Baltistan, an integral part of India, under Indian administration.
Festival of Lights at Dargahs
As per tradition, the Manch will celebrate the Festival of Lights (Diwali) at various dargahs across the country, including Hazrat Nizamuddin Aulia’s dargah. Sweets will be distributed, and necessary items will be provided to those in need.
Many activists, including Mohammed Afzal, Girish Juyal, Shahid Akhtar, Tahir Hussain, Virag Pachpor Abu Bakar Naqvi, SK Muddeen, Raza Husain Rizvi, Majid Talikoti, Tushar Kant, Irfan Ali Peerzada, Haji Mohammad Sabreen, Imran Choudhary, Mohammad Islam, Khurshid Rajaka, Faiz Khan, Shalini Ali, Reshma Husain, Sayyed Mohammad Irfan, Thakur Raja Raees, Mahtab Alam Rizvi, Farukh Khan, Azim Ul Haq, Imran Hasan, Irateja Kareem, Anil Garg, Keshav Patel, Mohammad Hasan Nuri, Altamash Khan Bihari, Akil Khan, Aasefa Ali, Jahir Husain, Amir Khan, Abdul Rauf, and Asif Ali, participated in the meeting.