Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind Chief Mahmood Madani spoke about the ideology of the organization during the 34th session of Jamiat held at Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan on Saturday. He stated that the Jamiat has no religious differences with the BJP and the RSS but has ideological differences. Madani emphasized that India belongs to all, regardless of religion and stated that Hindus and Muslims are equal in the eyes of the Jamiat.
The Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind is a 100-year-old organization of Muslims that focuses on the political, social, and religious issues of the community. It follows the Deobandi ideology and has been working towards creating equality among all citizens of India. Madani further spoke about the Uniform Civil Code, stating that it is not just an issue concerning Muslims but it affects different social groups, communities, castes, and sections of the country.
Madani stated that India is the first motherland of the Muslims and is the best country for them. However, he also expressed concern over the increasing cases of hatred and incitement against Muslims in the country. In conclusion, the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind Chief called for unity and equality among all citizens of India, regardless of religion.