- Right Wing Scholars Wrote A Letter To The Prime Minister Of India
- Abul Maududi was heavily inspired by fundamentalism
- Abul was born in Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Aligarh Muslim University: Aligarh Muslim University of Uttar Pradesh is always in the headlines. This time this university has become in discussion again. What is the main reason this time, we will give you complete information today. Abul Ala Maududi and Sayyed Qutb have been expelled from the AMU’s Islamic Stages department as celebs forever. Let us tell you that this subject was being taught as an optional for many years. Many right-wing scholars wrote a letter to the Prime Minister of India regarding this subject. It was an open letter. It was written in this letter that Islamic scholar Maulana Abul Maududi was very much inspired by fundamentalism, it is not appropriate to teach about such a person. His writings and thoughts should be removed from the subject forever.
What did the university administration and the student say?
Confirming the removal of this topic, a university professor said that it was an optional paper in Islamic studies which has been removed. When the professor was asked whether this decision has been taken after writing the letter of the Prime Minister, the professor said that we are not aware about it. We saw the controversy escalating in newspapers and channels. So we all decided that this topic should be removed. At the same time, when the students of the university were asked in this regard, they told that it is not right to remove any subject from the letter of the Prime Minister. There is a proper process to remove the subject from any university, if such a step has been taken after writing the letter, then it is wrong. Muslim students have raised strong objection after removing this topic.
Who is Abul Ala Maududi?
Abul was born in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. Before partitioning the country, in 1941, he founded an organization called Jamaat-e-Islami in Lahore. According to a report, it is said that he never wanted India to be partitioned. were against this division. But after getting independence, leave India and settle in Pakistan. He wrote his first book, Al-Jihad fil Islam, at the age of 24.
In Pakistan, he tried many times to implement Islamic law, but the government of Pakistan used to put him in jail time and again. After a few years, Abool left the country and went to America in 1979. He died there and was buried in Lahore.
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