Allegations on Congress leader K Rahman for being a Naik supporter clarified by him


In context of Islamist Preacher Zakir Naik's supporter, Congress Leader K Rahman Khan alleged on Sunday that BJP is simply trying to politicize the matter as he had at the time forwarded the CD to the concerned ministry and not handled the matter himself.

A letter was composed by K Rahman Khan in February 2013 which was later sent to l&B Minister Manish Tewariin in which he named Naik as a "famous Islamic researcher" and looked for the administration's insurance for him from battles keep running by a territorial channel and a Hindu gathering, Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.  

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Citing from Khan's letter to Tewari, Prasad said that Khan had blamed some news offices for anticipating Naik as a sympathizer of Terrorismand looked for activity from him "to keep any showdown amongst groups and erupting of mutual notions".

"I got a letter alongside some CD affirming that a specific channel has made genuine claims against our trust, which are all false. So I sent that letter alongside the CD to the concerned service which was Information and Broadcasting," Khan told ANI.

"When I get a protest, I don't go into the dissension or look at the grumbling. It is for the (concerned) service to look at it. Bjpis attempting to politicize the issue," he added.

He facilitate said that anything identified with the matter is to be elucidated and the gathering representative will do as such.

He included that Naik's establishment, Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), has a Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) permit, which is issued simply in the wake of accepting leeway from the insight offices. Along these lines, there was no motivation to accept something else.

Prasad yesterday additionally scrutinized the Congressas to how the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation got a total of Rs. 50 lakhs from Naik in 2011.

Prasad said pioneers like previous PM Manmohan Singh, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, P. Chidambaram, Rahul Gandhi, Suman Dubey, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and Ashok Ganguly and so on., were connected with the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation in 2011.

A couple days back, four authorities, including a joint secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs were suspended for restoring the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act enlistment of Naik's NGO regardless of a continuous examination against him.

Naik is banned in the UK and Canada for his contempt talks pointed against different religions. He is among 16 banned Islamic researchers in Malaysia.

He was likewise blamed for radicalizing and drawing in young people for fear acts and has gone under the scanner of the security offices.

This happened after the Bangladeshi daily paper 'Day by day Star' expressed that one of the aggressors of the July 1 fear strike in Dhaka ran purposeful publicity on Facebook citing Naik.

Naik is prominent in Bangladesh through Peace TV which is possessed, run and oversaw by his Islamic Research Foundation.

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