A shocking video went viral on social media in which one Maulana identified as Abdullah Salim Chaturvedi could be heard making derogatory remarks against India amid the violence in Delhi over the CAA.
Maulana Abdullah Salim Chaturvedi who is known for hate speech against Hindus recently delivered an inflammatory speech over CAA while addressing an anti-CAA rally. Maulana once again tried to instigate Muslims for protests against the new citizenship law on the pretext of CAA.
He reveals that we (Muslims) are not actually fighting for our rights or religion we are actually protesting with the aim to destroy or break India. He further explains how these protests will impact India’s economy. If Muslims continuously hold protests across India, foreign investors will not invest in India which will make India’s economy vulnerable, said Abdullah Salim. Scared of these protests, foreign investors would become less obsessive with investing in India and this would ultimately cripple India’s economy, said the Maulana.
He asked his fellow Muslim brothers to keep on protesting against CAA. “They should continue to agitate until “these two corrupt people (hinting at PM Modi and HM Amit Shah) don’t submit to the pressure”, said the Maulana.
He further said that several Muslim brothers, who have been rioting across the country for the past few months, are working on the ground level in order to make India a fragile economy and would ensure that the government does not implement NRC and NPR.
In an attempt to provoke the ignorants spectators he says that “in gaddaron ke saamne hum nahi jhukenga” (we will not bend in front of such traitors), referring to the Modi government, and says that they will keep fighting unless their demands are not met.
Ever since the Citizenship Amendment Act was passed by the Parliament, Muslims, who are backed by opposition parties and “liberal-secular”, have held several protests across the country. The national capital has been the worst affected in the violence that broke out on February 24 in the north-east Delhi. By far, over 40 have been killed in the violence and several others injured.