Pakistan jumping into hijab controversy, summoning Indian diplomat and expressing ‘concern’

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Islamabad : Pakistan is repeatedly interfering in the ongoing Hijab controversy in India. On Wednesday, the Pakistan Foreign Ministry summoned Indian charge d’affairs Suresh Kumar. The Pakistan Ministry has expressed ‘concern’ over girls in Karnataka being stopped from entering schools wearing hijabs. Earlier, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had said that denying education to Muslim girls is a gross violation of fundamental human rights. A statement issued by the Pakistan Foreign Ministry in Islamabad said Kumar has been asked to point out that preventing girl students from wearing head scarves is a “condemnable act”. According to the statement, “The Government of India must ensure the ‘safety’ of Muslim women in India.” Pakistan wants to use this dispute against India. This is the reason why its leaders are busy leaving their country’s business to provoke it.

Maryam Nawaz changed twitter profile pictureAfter Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, now former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz has supported the hijab. Maryam Nawaz has put a picture of a Muslim girl from Karnataka, Muskaan, in her profile picture on Twitter. He has not written anything while tweeting this picture. Qureshi had said that depriving Muslim girls of education is a violation of their human rights. The world has to understand that this is a plan to suppress Muslims in India.

Muskan’s video went viralMuskan raised the slogan of Allah Hu Akbar in front of boys chanting Jai Shri Ram in Mandya, Karnataka on Tuesday. Muskan is a student of Mahatma Gandhi College, Udupi. AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi praised the student and called her brave. In his tweet, he wrote that I salute the parents of the girl. This girl has set an example. That girl has given a message to many weak people. The work that the girl did was an act of great courage. The girl has proved an example.

[Attribution to NBT]

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