Zakir Naik News: Zakir Naik is on a tour of Oman today. In such a situation, there are reports that he can be brought to India. Indian agencies are engaged in this regard. It has to be understood here whether it is so easy to bring him from there.
Zakir Naik (file photo)
Fugitive radical Islamic preacher in India Zakir Naik On Tuesday i.e. March 21, news came about that he Oman Can be brought to India from Actually, he will be on a visit to Oman on 23rd March. During this time, the information about taking him into custody there and bringing him to India came to the fore. Ramadan Going to Oman for 2 sermons in the month of.
His first lecture is to be held on 23rd March and the second lecture is to be held on 25th March. His first lecture ‘The Quran a Global Necessity’ has been organized by the Ministry of Aqaf and Religious Affairs of Oman, while his second lecture ‘Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) A Mercy to Humankind’ is to be held at Sultan Qaboos University.
According to the news, Indian agencies are in touch with the agencies of Oman regarding his visit. Information was also received that a legal team from India would go to Oman, so that the process of bringing Naik to India could be completed. The Ministry of External Affairs has also taken up this matter with the Embassy of Oman.
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Amidst all this it has to be understood whether Zakir Naik can really be brought to India from Oman. Actually, there is an extradition treaty between the two countries, on the basis of which such wanted accused can be extradited.
extradition is not easy
There was an extradition treaty between India and Oman in 2004, on the basis of which it is being said that when Zakir Naik is going to Oman, he can be brought to India from there. But here it is also to be understood that apart from this treaty, there are many laws of the country concerned. By taking advantage of those laws, extradition is stopped or postponed for a long time. The legal process in such cases is very long.
The most important thing in this matter is that Zakir Naik is being invited as a guest in Oman. He has been called by the Government of Oman itself to deliver lectures. Along with this, he is going there in the holy month of Muslims, Ramzan. All these points are indicating that in all these situations the chances of his arrest in Oman are very less.
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Along with this, Zakir Naik’s lawyer Mubin Solkar has completely denied such reports. He says that there is no basis for such news. There is no basis to deport or detain him (Zakir). No official statement has come out from India on this news. In such a situation, it can be said that it has to be seen what kind of progress is made in this matter.
Naik has a case registered under money laundering in India. He is also accused of giving hate speech, increasing communal hatred and inciting Muslims. He absconded from India in 2016. In 2016, his Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) was banned in India.
Malaysia not ready to hand over Naik to India
The extradition treaty between India and Oman was signed in 2004. His Peace TV was also banned in India. Apart from India, Peace TV is also banned in Bangladesh, Canada, Sri Lanka and the United Kingdom. He fled from India and went to Malaysia and has been living there ever since. There is also an extradition treaty between India and Malaysia, but Malaysia refused to hand him over to India. Malaysia said that it has not broken Malaysian law.