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The letter asking Muslims of Delhi not to vote for AAP is fake

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A letter is shared on social media with the message that is roughly translated as follows:

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Assalamualaikum brotherhood of Islam, You all do not know that the campaign for the municipal elections in Delhi is going on loudly, votes are also to be cast in two-four days, it is a request to all of you that Kejriwal’s party, which has proved to be a traitor to the Muslims, Don’t vote No one has forgotten how Kejriwal tried to defame our sisters in Shaheenbagh at the behest of the Sangh, how Kejriwal stood with the BJP on CAA, how Delhi riots It is also known to all that Muslims were implicated and how a pro-Muslim leader like Tahir Hussain was sheltered by the Aam Aadmi Party. Be it the case of Amanatullah Khan or the Waqf Board scam, Kejriwal never stood with the Muslims. It is necessary to teach a lesson to Kejriwal, the enemy of Muslims, appeal to all of you not to forget Kejriwal’s betrayal in the MCD elections, at any cost, even after temptation, do not press the button on the broom. Thank you very much for giving your valuable time to read the message.

This letter dated 30, November 2022 with the title “Maulana Saad’s special appeal to the Muslims of Delhi” asks not to vote for the biggest enemy of Muslims the ‘Aam Aadmi Party’.

What is the truth?

The verified Facebook page of ‘Maulana Mahmood Madani’ dated 3, December 2022 is found mentioning the letter as fake with the caption ‘No appeal has been issued on my behalf or on behalf of Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind’.

Additionally, the verified Twitter account ‘Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind’ took to Twitter on 3, December 2022 to convey that ‘No appeal has been issued on behalf of Maulana Mehmood Madani Sahab or Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind’.

Conclusion

It is found that the letter asking Muslims of Delhi to not vote for AAP mentioning that the party is their enemy is false.

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