3 high voltage communal statements by Ex Vice President shocks the nation

Hamid Ansari has sparked huge outrage after he took side of muslims and made extremely communal comments

Backed Sharia courts

1)Days after the All India Muslim Personal Law Board’s (AIMPLB) proposal to open Darul-Qaza or Shariat courts in all districts of the country triggered a huge row, former vice president Hamid Ansari appears to back the move. Speaking to news agency ANI, Ansari on Thursday said social practices should not be confused with the legal system. He added that different communities in India are allowed to practice their own personal laws.

“People are confusing social practices with the legal system. Our law recognises that each community can have its own rules. The personal law in India covers marriage, divorce, adoption, and inheritance. Each community has a right to practice its own personal laws,” Ansari said while responding to a question on Shariat courts.

“Agreed with Hindu pakistan comment”
2)Former Vice President Hamid Ansari backed Congress MP Shashi Tharoor’s Hindu Pakistan comment, saying ‘Tharoor is a learned man whatever he says will be well thought of’.

Ansari, in an exclusive interview to ANI, said, “He [Tharoor] is a learned man whatever he says will be well thought of. He has a right to make his own judgement. I haven’t read what he has said.”

“played muslim card”
3)Former vice president Hamid Ansari on Thursday said certain government schemes were not reaching certain minority communities, based on government data.

In an exclusive interview to ANI, Ansari said, “If one needs help in education or social related things, then, he/she should be given help through government programs. But according to some government reports based on complaints received, few of the government’s schemes are not reaching them (Muslims).”