AIMPLB’s Sajjad Nomani cheers Taliban takeover of Afghanistan

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AIMPLB’s Sajjad Nomani cheers Taliban takeover of Afghanistan

Sajjad Nomani, who is a member of the AIMPLB, has openly congratulated the Taliban.

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) has lauded the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan and highlighted the 'amnesty' offered by the terrorists, reports Times Now. Sajjad Nomani, who is a member of the AIMPLB, has openly congratulated the Taliban. He denied all the violence in Afghanistan and highlighted 'amnesty' for allowing people to leave the country. Nomani is a Member of the Working Executive Committee All India Muslim Personal Law Board, Editor of Magazine Al-Furqan, Founder and Chairman Rahman Foundation. 

Samajwadi Party leaders shower praise on Islamist Taliban; ‘Afghan takeover a victory against American oppression’, says SP leader Mohd Rehan Khan.
When the global community is thinking about the human rights of Afghan citizens, Shafiqur Rahman Barq, Samajwadi Party MP from Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal, has given a shocking statement about the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan. The SP MP said that the Taliban is a force that did not allow even strong countries like Russia and America to settle in their country.

Shafiqur Rahman Barq is notorious for making controversial statements. Singing praises of the Taliban, Barq said that now the Taliban wants to free their country and run it, adding that it is an internal matter of the Taliban. Another prominent Samajwadi Party (SP) leader, Mohd Rehan Khan, has hailed the Taliban calling the takeover a great victory against American "oppression". The SP leader and former UP minister said that there is no reason to distrust the Taliban over their intention to bring peace to the country.

Source: Organser

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