We will see a lot of uproar these days on ‘Hum Dekhen’, the great poet of the Indian subcontinent, Faiz Ahmed Faiz. Amid this controversy, BJP leader Amit Malviya said that there is no need to discuss Urdu and Faiz.Both are not relevant. It is about the use of Islamic slogans, which are being put on campus, especially in minority institutions, in protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). it’s a matter of concern. In fact, the Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur (IIT-K) has set up a committee, which will decide whether Faiz Ahmad Faiz’s poem ‘We will see, it is inevitable that we will also see’ is anti-Hindu.This committee has been formed on the complaint of the faculty members.
We will see a lot of uproar these days on ‘Hum Dekhen’, the great poet of the Indian subcontinent, Faiz Ahmed Faiz.
The faculty members had said that the students had sung this ‘anti-Hindu song’ during the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). The committee will also investigate whether the students violated prohibitory orders on the procession day in the city, whether they posted objectionable material on social media and whether Faiz’s poem is anti-Hindu.The poem goes like this, ‘It is imperative that we also see, when from the Kaaba of Arj-e-Khuda. All ghosts will be picked up, we will be placed on Ahl-e-Wafa Mardud-e-Haram, Masnad.All crowns will be tossed, all boards will be dropped. Allah’s name will remain.we will see.’Its last line has created controversy.