Pertaining to the mob lynching incidences occurring in different parts of the country, in a provocative pitch, Lawyer Mahmood Pracha along with Maulana Syed Kalbe Jawad Naqvi said that they would install camps to assist people from the Muslim, ST and SC communities to procure firearms.
In a press brief, both the lawyer and Shia Muslim cleric said that the camps would be held in Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow on July 26 for self-defence purpose, further accused the RSS of puppeteering mob lynching against the minority communities.
Maulana Kalbe said, "We will tell you the legal method of how to fill-up the form and how do we apply for the license and no other talks will be held of teaching how to operate these weapons. We are talking about our Imambara. If anything of such things happens elsewhere, it's not our responsibility."
"This is happening because RSS is doing all these lynchings in a conspired way. The common man is not doing this, there are only some people doing this who are either directly or indirectly working on their directions," Pracha added.
Amid the soaring cases of mob lynching in India, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi demanded a new law against mob lynching to the Home Minister Amit Shah at the Parliament on Friday.
The MP from Hyderabad questioned the government for not bringing a law on mob lynching despite the order from the Supreme Court. Furthermore citing the Bihar mob lynching incident of Friday and the Jharkhand lynching of Tabrez Ansari claimed that there is 'so much hate' against the Muslim community.
He said, "I want to ask the Home Minister, last year the Supreme Court asked the government to make a law on mob lynching. Why aren't you making it? We saw what happened in Bihar today. We saw what happened with Tabrez Ansari in the past few days. There is so much hate towards Muslims in the country. The lynchers hit them, the Police takes them to the hospital but the hospital does not care for them, they don't look at them in the judicial custody."
Moreover, Owaisi insisted that the Home Minister must ban some outfits to stop the incidences of mob lynching.