Some Muslims refused to sing Vande Mataram, on Independence day, why?


History:

Vande Mataram, the national song is composed by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay in the 1870s. And sung by Rabindranath Tagore at the session of Indian National Congress(INC) in 1896. Which was later adopted by India as the national song in October 1937. Only the first two stanzas of the song are taken as the national song.


Some Muslim refused to sing the national song:

A news is flashing out in the news channels, some peoples have refused to sing the national song this Independence day. Some Muslims have refused to sing the national song, by saying it is against their religion. I don’t understand why is this communalism is been done. We are all one people then why to fight.

They have sung this song since 70 years or more and now suddenly why have their mind changed. It is a song that justifies your nation, then what is the problem out there. Only some maulanas, mullahs and priest of Masjid have refused to sing the song. And this all incident happened in the eastern part of Uttar Pradesh.

India is a democratic country, and everybody has the right to speech under the Constitution. But In this secular country and to be a true patriotic at least everybody can sing the national song being together. It doesn’t matter which religion or caste you belong to. This is called to be a true Indian.

I don’t have to say each person to sing the national song it is their opinion but while living in this country you can sing at least twice a year. This much respect you can give to your nation in which you live.

If we all people will fight each other like this how will we fight other than? WE HAVE TO BE UNITED AND FIGHT FROM OTHERS NOT WITH OURSELVES.This is my opinion, comment up your. 


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