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Refrain from 'interfering in others' religious matters:Sharief

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Veteran Leader C K Jaffer Sharief today requested all, including media, to refrain from 'interfering' in others' religious matters and said the Prime Minister and Chief Minister had raised the triple talaq issue out of 'sympathy' towards Muslim women.

He also said "we will be grateful to both leaders for showing equal concern towards the Muslim minority."



"The ongoing triple talaq controversy which has been taken up by Prime Minister Shri Modi and seconded by the Chief Minister of (Yogi Adityanath) is a sign of sympathy to the Muslim womenfolk," the former Union Minister said in a statement.

The octogenarian leader however, appealed to all, including the media, to keep away from 'sensitive' and long practiced religious issues.

"We all appeal and request everyone not to interfere in the religious matters of others," he added, while pointing out that Muslims in and all over the world follow the Holy Quaran and obey the words of Prophet Muhammed.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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He also said "we will be grateful to both leaders for showing equal concern towards the Muslim minority."

"The ongoing triple talaq controversy which has been taken up by Prime Minister Shri Modi and seconded by the Chief Minister of (Yogi Adityanath) is a sign of sympathy to the Muslim womenfolk," the former Union Minister said in a statement.

The octogenarian leader however, appealed to all, including the media, to keep away from 'sensitive' and long practiced religious issues.

"We all appeal and request everyone not to interfere in the religious matters of others," he added, while pointing out that Muslims in and all over the world follow the Holy Quaran and obey the words of Prophet Muhammed.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Refrain from 'interfering in others' religious matters:Sharief

Veteran Leader C K Jaffer Sharief today requested all, including media, to refrain from 'interfering' in others' religious matters and said the Prime Minister and Chief Minister had raised the triple talaq issue out of 'sympathy' towards Muslim women.

He also said "we will be grateful to both leaders for showing equal concern towards the Muslim minority."

"The ongoing triple talaq controversy which has been taken up by Prime Minister Shri Modi and seconded by the Chief Minister of (Yogi Adityanath) is a sign of sympathy to the Muslim womenfolk," the former Union Minister said in a statement.

The octogenarian leader however, appealed to all, including the media, to keep away from 'sensitive' and long practiced religious issues.

"We all appeal and request everyone not to interfere in the religious matters of others," he added, while pointing out that Muslims in and all over the world follow the Holy Quaran and obey the words of Prophet Muhammed.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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