He said the Muslims of this country were standing behind the farmers in their fight
New Delhi: All India Muslim Personal Law Board spokesperson Maulana Sajjad Nomani farmers’ agitation has brought a new ray of hope against injustice. Addressing farmers at Singhu border, he added that Indian Muslims were standing behind them in this struggle.
“So many organisations have been, for years, trying to create awareness about the injustices in the country, and this movement has brought a new ray of hope from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.
“Thanks to you and your leadership, who realised that ‘enough is enough’ and decided to raise your voices, we have been reassured that the era of darkness in the country is ending and that justice is not very far away,” Nomani said.
Nomani has regularly been extending his support to the agitation through his YouTube channel since the commencement of protests in November in 2020.
“On behalf of the Muslim society, I assure you that we are all standing behind you and support you, and request you to not lose hope and continue this fight,” he added.
“It is because of your strength that God has chosen you to lead this movement,” he said.
He further urged the protestors not to allow outside forces to disrupt their agitation. “There is a conspiracy to divide this movement, but we should all remain united, because India is a country of love and brotherhood,” Nomani said.