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  • Naresh Saxena
    Aug 12, 2019 10:38 AM

    When would Muslims learn?
    My take on Article 370

    Regional concessions do exist in India and are considered legitimate. Nagas & Mizos do not pay income tax, one cannot buy property in Himachal, as against one vote for UPians Keralites have almost two votes (one MP is elected by 25 lakh population in UP, and by 16 lakh in Kerala), etc. These are so well accepted by the rest of India that they are hardly debated, or not even known to many Indians.
    Is the demand for preservation of Art 370 a regional demand or a religious one? If regional, why is it not supported by people from Jammu and Ladakh? If I were a Kashmiri Muslim leader I would have ensured that the benefits from Art 370 are perceived by all and reach all communities. In reality I did just the reverse, expelled Kashmiri Pandits from the region! In post-partition India religious demands have little legitimacy and no constitutional support.
    Mr Bahuguna, Chief Minister of UP, who was considered to be very close and sympathetic to the Muslim community, once in a one-to-one chat with me (I was District Magistrate, Aligarh then) in 1974 quipped, 'Hindustan ka musalman ek dedh taang ka admi hai, yeh kabhie seedha nahin chal sakta' (Indian Muslim is a one and a half legged animal, he can never walk straight).
    It may be worthwhile to recall what Allame Iqbal wrote in Jawab-e-Shikwa, ‘God has not been unjust to the Muslims; they have been unjust to themselves’.

    NC Saxena

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    Aug 12, 2019 01:15 AM

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