Bareilly: While BJP leaders on one side stood up in support of Nida Khan, Muslim women are raising voice against her. Some went on to say that Nida Khan who is against Sharia laws was not fit to become the daughter-in-law of Aala Hazrat family.
A delegation of an organisation ‘Sab Ka Haq’ met the team of district minority commission which arrived from Lucknow. The women members of the organisation met Rummana Siddiqui and Kunwar Iqbal of Minority Commission and refuted the allegation that Nida was forced to sleep with her father-in-law to facilitate her remarriage to her first husband. They said the allegation is baseless.
They demanded unbiased probe into the matter and strict action against the culprits. President of the organisation Rafia Shabnam told that commission members that she will submit a memorandum to the prime minister Narendra Modi with one lakh signatures of Muslim women which would categorically state that we the Muslim women believe in all the teachings of Islam and we feel ourselves secure in our religion and we believe in Islamic laws without an iota of doubt.