About Sandeep Bhalla

An aspiring human, author by choice, lawyer by profession.

Jihad with hizab.

Hizab Controversy in Karnataka:

On February 5 the Karnataka Education Department has directed educational institutions in the State to follow the dress code decided by the college’s development board or, in case of no such dress code, “students can wear dress which will not affect equality, integrity and law and order”.

The hijab controversy started last month after some girl students of Udupi Government Pre-University College wearing hijab entered the college campus, who were not allowed to attend classes. The college authorities say that the girl students who used to come without hijab earlier have suddenly started coming in hijab.

The hizab protest was started by 10 girls claiming right to wear hijab while 75 other Muslim students followed the order on dress code. Politics erupted over the issue.

Now it turns out that all the students had at the time of admission signed consent forms to agree to abide by the rules of Uniforms. See this discussion:

So what made them changed their mind?

Actually the question is wrong. A true Muslim is bound by Taqlid. He or she is not supposed to deliberate or apply mind. Muslim has to obey the Imam or Emir-ul-momin which translates into Comander of Muslims.

According to the Zawziah Institute of Islamic Study:

“Scholars and linguists agree that the term taql•d has its etymology, its origin, in the Arabic word, qallada; which means: “To place a collar ( qilådah) around the neck.” The reason it is termed as such is that the one making taql•d – the muqallid – resigns his affair to the one he is performing taql•d of. Thus he is, so to speak, like someone being ‘led by the collar’.”

Even otherwise a girl is half a person as per holy Quran. Her testimony is of half value. Her inheritance is half. She is not permitted to enter mosque etc.

It is also there in reports that notorious Popular Front of India (PFI) and Jamayat-e-Islami has instigated these girls to insist of hizab inside class rooms.

The idea is create a distance between Muslims and non muslims. To show off the special identity. On top of it, play the victim card if denied.

It is not very different from maintenance of a distance from Kaafir (non-believer) and to keep trouble brewing for Kaafir Government by way of jihad or struggle to claim religious rights.

In any case, while Holy prophet had proclaimed that he was last prophet but now every Imam is virtually acting like prophet by making rules for the Muslims which did not exist earlier. Hizab is such rule.

Notice this picture:

This person in red tie, in the image is Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, King of Jordan with his Family who is the 41st Generation direct descendant of Prophet Mohammad.
Notice, no hijab.

But then they do not claim to be prophet like Imams and Ulema of India.

Here is extract from Holy Quran:

[8.12] When your Lord revealed to the angels: I am with you, therefore make firm those who believe. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them.
[8.13] This is because they acted adversely to Allah and His Apostle; and whoever acts adversely to Allah and His Apostle– then surely Allah is severe in requiting (evil).

British India’s announcement to maintain peace with India.

Keep a bit of India.

When the British were leaving India, Churchill insisted the then viceroys to keep a bit of India. (Read Transfer of Power Papers as extracted by Wali Khan in his book ”Facts are facts.”) His wish was duly complied.

To begin with on 14 June 1945 Lord Wavell announced a plan for a new Executive Council in which all members except the Viceroy and the Commander in Chief would be Indians. This executive council was to be a temporary measure until a new permanent constitution could be agreed upon and come into force.

At the same time, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, a non practicing Muslim, who was being cultivated as a Muslim Leader and sole representative of Muslims, was told to be ready for partition of India. According to Wavell, he feared a mutiny in Army and he prepared a plan to relocate all British personal to Karachi which was to be retained as British India under the British stooge Jinnah. The existing parties representing Muslims in Punjab and today’s KPK were sidelined rather forced to accept Jinnah as their leader, even though they were running popular Governments. This British India was named Pakistan.

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Happy New Year 2022

Happy New Year 2022.

My Best Wishes to all:


समानी व आकूति: समाना ह्रदयानि व:।
समानमस्तु वो मनो यथा व: सुसहासति॥

 samānī va ākūti: samānā hradayāni va:।
samānamastu vo mano yathā va: susahāsati॥

Hindi translation 

 हमारा उद्देश्य एक हो,  हमारी भावनाएँ सुसंगत हो। हमारे विचार एकत्रित हो।

जैसे  इस विश्व के, ब्रह्मांड के विभिन्न पहलुओं अौर क्रियाकलापों में तारत्मयता  अौर एकता है ॥

English translation

 United be your purpose, harmonious be your feelings, collected be your mind, in the same way as all the various aspects of the universe exist in togetherness, wholeness.

All the best to all those who have survived 2020 and 2021.

The Unfinished Business of the 1971 War

A good summary of events.

Tenacious Hellpussy

The signing of the Instrument of Surrender

On December 16, 1971, Lieutenant-General A.A.K. Niazi, the Commander of the Pakistan Eastern Command, signed the Instrument of Surrender in Ramna Race Course in Dacca which was signed and accepted by  Lieutenant General Jagjit Singh Aurora, the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief of India’s Eastern Command. This formally concluded the military conflict that is usually called the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971. However, this nomenclature elides and even eclipses several distinct wars that culminated in Pakistan’s surrender. Oddly, while biographic accounts, which are frequently blatantly self-serving,  there are relatively few empirically robust accounts of this conflict, most of which focus upon the most visible dimension of the war: that between Pakistan and India. 

These lacunae are important because these other battles that culminated in the bilateral conflict continue to cast shadows over the region that are as long as those of the 1971 conflict between India…

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The mystery behind death of CDS Gn. Bipin Rawat.

India’s first Chief of Defence Staff dies in Helicopter crash!

Death is raining everywhere. Yesterday it struck on Indian Defence Service killing 13 members in an air crash in south of India. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh made a statement in the Lok Sabha (lower house of Parliament) on the Air Force helicopter crash in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu. According to him, General Rawat was on his scheduled tour. On Wednesday at 11.48 a Mi-17 helicopter took off. Air Traffic Control lost its control at around 12:08 am. Later some people saw this helicopter in flames. A rescue team of the local administration reached. All the people that were removed from the remains were taken to the Military Hospital in Wellington. 13 out of 14 people died in the accident. Rajnath Singh condoled the death of 11 army officers including Bipin Rawat and wife Madhulika Rawat.

Apart from four crew members, the other passengers on board were Rawat’s wife Madhulika, Brig LS Lidder, Lt Col Harjinder Singh, NK Gursewak Singh, NK Jitendra Kr, L/Naik Vivek Kumar, L/Naik B Sai Teja and Hav Satpal. The helicopter was piloted by Wing Commander Prithvi Singh Chauhan, the Commanding Officer of the 109 Helicopter Unit at Air Force Station, Sulur.

All victims of crash have suffered burn injuries. The Mi-17V5 is considered one of the “safest” and “most modern” military transport helicopters. One must wait for the detailed investigation, but the past record of the helicopter model shows it is impeccable and 100% reliable.

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