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VHP leader said on Bihar minister’s statement, 95% of India’s Muslims have Hindu ancestors

Bihar Government’s Minority Welfare Minister Zaman Khan said on Friday that his ancestors were Hindus, who converted to Islam, so we have become Muslims today.

Minority Welfare Minister, Government of Bihar (Bihar’s Minority Welfare Minister) Zaman Khan (Zaman Khan) of his Hindu ancestors ( Hindu ancestorsAfter the statement regarding ) the leader of Vishwa Hindu Parishad has given a big statement. VHP leader Surendra Jain said after the statement of Minority Welfare Minister Zaman Khan in Bihar government, “95% of India’s Muslims are those whose ancestors are Hindus… He (Zaman Khan) accepted this fact, it is very necessary, because the country’s Muslim society will be able to connect with the roots of the country only when they break ties with invaders like Babur, Ghazni and consider themselves to be sons of the earth.Also Read – Bihar minister Zaman Khan said, ‘My ancestors were Hindu, later became Muslim’

Let us inform that Minority Welfare Minister in Bihar Government Zaman Khan had said on Friday, “We were Rajputs, our elders had come from Baiswara. Our ancestors were Jairam Singh and Bhagwan Singh. Bhagwan Singh converted to Islam by accepting Islam, which is our family. Bihar’s Minority Welfare Minister Zaman Khan said on Friday that his ancestors were Hindu, later became Muslim. Even today many of his family members are Hindu Rajputs. The ancestors adopted Islam, so we have become a later Muslim today. Also Read – Delhi High Court said- Need for Uniform Civil Code in the country, Central Government should work in this direction

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The minister of the Nitish Kumar government of the state (Bihar’s Minister), however, definitely considers forced conversion to be wrong. Describing himself as a Hindu, the minister said that his ancestors were also Hindu Rajputs. After that one brother became a Muslim. Minister Jama Khan, he even said that even today he has to visit the Hindu families of his family.

Talking to reporters in Hajipur, Bihar, State Minority Welfare Minister Zaman Khan said that if someone voluntarily converts to religion, it is fine, but it will not happen forcibly. He said, “If someone forcibly converts religion, the state government will not allow it to happen. If anyone does this, he is not going to escape, the law will give him the harshest punishment.”

The minister further said, “No one can be forced to convert to religion. Even if someone puts a pistol on my head, I will not change my religion. No man will change religion forcibly. Describing himself as a Hindu, the minister said that his ancestors were also Hindu Rajputs. After that one brother became a Muslim. He even said that even today he has to come and visit the Hindu families of his family.

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