Sonu Nigam Opposes Meat Ban During Navratri, Praises Dubai For Its Laws | Frankly Speaking

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On Frankly Speaking, with Navika Kumar, we conversed with singer Sonu Nigam who talked about the row over the meat ban in Delhi during Navratri. He says that ‘I stay in Dubai, an Islamic country, but no curbs are there during Ramzan.’ He also talked about the loudspeaker Azaan row and the volume reduction to reduce public nuisance. Navika Kumar asks some poignant questions about the state of Indian polity and discusses the fine line between ‘right and wrong.’ Sonu Nigam talked about the hijab row in Karnataka and its politics. Keep watching to know more! #FranklySpeakingWithNavikaKumar #FranklySpeakingWithSonuNigam #SonuNigam #NavikaKumar
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  1. Meat of different animals is hardly distinguished in interview / reporting as it appears to be a programmed one & is hardly expected particularly from such programs. Because, it is established practice that different groups sentimentally treat / view different meats differently and hence the imposition of restrictions which warrants understanding, but, it seems, is hardly understood to balance the same which, to reiterate, hardly expected from the interview / reporting hardly contextual thereto.

  2. M apna opinion rakhna chahti hu ki pehle zamane m bail garhi hoti thi ghr bus grawn floor ke hote the awaz har jagah goonjti thi doniya badle lg badle rahan sahan badla ghr badle to awaz ek insan ki door door tak kaise jaegi laudspeaker se logo ko kamazkam pata chal jata h ki Azam ho gai Allah kiibadatka time ho gaya kiyu ki jaese din or raat ka time badla h ussi Tasha azan ke time m bhi Thora farh ho jata h garmi m subha ki azan jaldi ho jati h kiyu ki Suraj deer m nikalta h wahi Sardi m azan deer m hoti h kiyu ki Suraj deer m nikalta h to logo ko dikkat azan or laudspeaker se nhi h Musalmano se h or ab ye Sonu Nigam esse ban rahe h jaise inhone azan ke bare m kuch nhi kaha tha chingari to inhone hi dikhai thi.
    Azan to sirf 2 min se bhi kam ki hoti h 1 ya 2 ghante nhi lagte. Aap ne masjid ke pass apna ghr kiyu liya jo aap ko problem ho . Log jab kaam karne jate h to bar bar apni watch ti check nhi karega ki azan ka time ho gaya are awaz aaegi to usse us ko asani ho jaegi .or Saudi arab m makka itna bara h waha laudspeaker lage hue h Kiya aap makka hae ho jo bol rahe ho

  3. Saudi Arabia me sharab banned hai
    Dubai me Ramzan ke time night life ho ya sharab ho sab banned kar dete hai
    Magar india me navratri ke liye nonveg banned hone ki baat hoti hai to
    Muslims ki haq ki baat aa jati hai

  4. Hatemonger Rwanda Godhi media anchor Hafiz Saeed ko le Kar ayee. Rwanda Godhi media Saitan ke pujari hai, Maarne ke badh ye sabh Narq me hi jayega Modi Jaise.

  5. In Saudi Arab loudspeaker is not ban. In Saudi Arab mosque still can play azan on loudspeaker but they can not perform the full prayer. I lived in there so I know better than you sir. Please don’t educate yourself from WhatsApp University

  6. such a liar firstly Azaan is not ban on loudspeakers in Saudi secondly if you have problem with loudspeaker how could you live in dubai where not only in Mosques but also in airports, theme parks, malls etc there is Azaan on loudspeakers.

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