21st February, 2020
Pointing clearly to the ongoing protests in Shaheen Bagh, Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan said that imposing his thoughts on others by creating disruption in normal life is also a form of terrorism.
Aggression comes in many forms
In the Indian Students' Parliament, Khan said, "Aggression does not come only from violence. It comes in many forms. If you do not listen to me, I will disrupt normal life. Disagreement is a fundamental element of democracy. There is no problem with this, but five people start protesting outside Vigyan Bhavan and say that till this student parliament does not pass their free will then they will not move then it is another form of terrorism. '
Parliament passed the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in December last year since then a large number of protesters across the country have been protesting against the law and the proposed National Register of Citizens (NRC) at the national level. Shaheen Bagh is among them in the national capital.
Do not impose your opinion on others in the name of expression
Pointing out to the anti-CAA protesters to read the Preamble of the Constitution, the Governor said that people are happy to read the Preamble of the Constitution. Do not mix things. Do not impose your opinion on others in the name of expression.
Jammu and Kashmir was inhabited by the ghosts of terrorism
He further said that on the issue of repeal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, he said that there is nothing left in Article 370. Just read a little bit about it. But when the house is empty, no one can live there. Many ghosts live in such a house. In this way, the ghost of terrorism has emerged. The Governor of Kerala stated that Article 370 has been repealed. I don't want to make any major claims from here. But the way things are returning to normal (in Kashmir), I have no doubt that we will be able to eradicate terrorism to a great extent.
Let us know that on Monday, the Supreme Court said that the road jam in Shaheen Bagh is causing problems. The court suggested that the protesters move to another place where public spaces could not be obstructed. The apex court, however, supported his right to perform.
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