Former Vice President Hamid Ansali has come into the limelight due to one of his statements. In one of his statements, Ansari has described nationalism as a bigger disease than Corona. Speaking at an event during the book release of Shashi Tharoor, Hamid Ansari said that before the arrival of Corona there were already epidemics like ‘religious bigotry’ and ‘aggressive nationalism’. This is not the first time that the former Vice President has come into the discussion due to his statement. Even before that, the presence has been in the headlines through his statements.
Were not involved in yoga day
On 21 June 2015, India was hosting the first World Yoga Day. Hamid Ansari did not participate on the first Yoga Day. Ram Madhav, the then BJP general secretary, had raised questions on this.
Feeling of uneasiness in Muslims – a feeling of insecurity
On 10 August 2017, when asked if he agreed that there is a kind of doubt in the Muslim community and the kind of statements being made against those people, they are feeling insecure. To this, Ansari said, “Yes, this is a correct assessment, which I hear from different circles of the country.” I heard the same thing in Bangalore. I heard this in other parts of the country as well. I hear more about this in North India. There is a feeling of uneasiness and feeling of insecurity at home. ”
Joined the program of PFI
On 23 September 2017, attended by a program of the radical organization Popular Front of India, due to which he was criticized, PFI was then accused of being involved in ‘Love Jihad’.
Jinnah Portrait Controversy
On 2 May 2018, there was a dispute over the portrait of Mohammad Ali Jinnah at Aligarh Muslim University. After which Ansari gave his support by writing a letter to the President of AMU Students’ Union.
Statement in favor of sharia courts
On 12 July 2018, people are mixing the legal system with social practice. There is a legal system, but our law also believes that every community can have its own rules. Personal law in India covers four subjects marriage, divorce, inheritance and adoption. Every community in India has the right to walk according to our law.