Protest against Vandemataram fatwa

via Samachar Bharathi, Andhra Pradesh published on June 8, 2006

Hyderabad:Our National song Vandemataram  inspired many Indians through out the freedom struggle.Bankim Chandra Chatterj penned down his devotion to his motherland and the poem instilled patriotism among each and every Indian.

Nothing against to any religion, but we don’t know what happened to some Muslim organisations like the Sunni Ulema Board and Jamyat-ule-mammat which issued a Fatwa. They ordered the Muslim students to do not sing Vandemataram and they advised them to join those schools where Vandemataram song is not recited.

Our constitution has accepted Vandemataram as our National song and last 58 years every Indian citizens respects the same. But the Sunni ulema board and Jamayat-ule-mammat have been violated our constitution by issuing fatwa against Vandemataram, by this they inculcate more fundamentalism in children and it is not advisable.

Mr.G.Kishan Reddy, MLA (BJP) condemned the act of Sunni ulema board and jamayat-ule-mammat and asked them not to issue fatwas like this. He told that it is National song and all accepts it and he reminded the vandemataram album made by music director A.R.Rehaman that recorded highest sales.

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