Kerala’s Muslim radical group to observe Modi swearing-in as Black Day

Jama’ath Council, a Kerala-based influential Muslim radical organisation, has announced to observe the day of Narendra Modi’s swearing-in (May 30) as ‘Black Day’ and organise prayer meetings across the state to mark the occasion.

According to Council office-bearers, May 30th would be observed as the day of mourning and organise prayers across the state, seeking divine intervention for “protection of constitutional values and national integrity”.

The Jama’ath, according to reports, believes that the BJP came to power due to the lack of unity among opposition parties.

Meanwhile, certain Hindu groups in the state has decided to celebrate the day by organising Narendra Jyoti — lighting lamps and prayer meetings across the state.

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