Mumbai: Maharashtra Muslims feel that CM Devendra Fadnavis has made decent effort to make the state communal-riot free in past 3 years and therefore they called him as Aman Ka Maseeha (Messiah of Peace) and recognised him during iftar party.

As a gesture of gratitude, some Muslim groups jointly attended the event to recognise the Maharastrian CM at Haj House on Wednesday. Muslim leaders believe that state has not seen any communal riots in past 3 years and the effort made by Fadnavis is remarkable, made us felt that we are equal, undoubtedly, deserves the appreciation for his endeavour.

The award was presented by Mufti Mohammad Manzoor Ziayee of Dar-ul-Uloom Faizan-e-Raza, Goregaon, accompanied by various other groups. In addition, Mufti Ziyaee has been fighting with Islamic State terrorist activity with online propaganda to reduce the anxiety.

“I am glad Muslim individuals and groups which are not associated with BJP are acknowledging the government’s role in preventing communal clashes,” said BJP city vice-president Hyder Azam.

Azam strongly expressed his concern over the biased government, said that government has taken decision transparent despite any community and it never supported the Hindutva forces who spread anxiety in society by affecting minorities.

“Sabka saath sabka vikas is not mere a slogan. It is our guiding principle and the fringe elements will not be allowed to hijack government’s development agenda,” Azam said while recognising CM Fadnavis.

Fadnavis said that maintaining peace was the top priority of his government “We need everyone’s participation in the state’s prosperity,” he added.