Application of National Security Act for cow slaughter incorrect: Chidambaram

India News
New Delhi.

Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has said that the decision to apply National Security Act on the accused of cow slaughter in Madhya Pradesh is incorrect. Chidambaram said that this matter has been raised before the state government so that if there is a mistake, and the leadership will look into the matter.

In fact, a few days ago, in the case of cow slaughter in Khandwa, National Security Act was applied three persons were arrested. Some leaders within the Congress have questioned Kamal Nath’s decision.

Sabarimala and Ramjanmabhoomi conflict different

During the release of a book in the Delhi-based Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, Chidambaram also commented on the Ram Temple in Ayodhya and the Sabarimala controversy in Kerala.

He said that Ram temple is a matter of faith of the people, whereas Sabarimala controversy is due to a traditional practice.

Sabarimala’s practice contradicts constitutional values

He said that I am not a religious person myself, but the issue is that Sabarimala’s practices are contrary to modern constitutional values. Ayodhya is the birthplace of Lord Rama. Some people are demanding land due to this belief whereas one class says that there was a mosque for hundreds of years. Now the question is whether the Supreme Court will solve the issues raised by the Allahabad High Court or not.