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Hidayatullah, which translates to “to make one” in Hindi, is an institution run by the National Law University. It has been established in the state of Rajasthan, India, and is the only university in the country that trains graduates to become practising lawyers.
The institution was founded by the then Rajasthan Chief Minister, Rajnish Singh Chauhan. In order to attract the most qualified graduates to the state, Chauhan had his government set up a law school in the city of Raipur. In 2010, the school was officially inaugurated by Chauhan himself, just a few months before his death. While the law school is located in Raipur, it is also the hub for many other schools in the state.
Chacha Chauhan, the Chief Minister and founder of the school, graduated as a lawyer from the university. As a university graduate, he holds the distinction of being the youngest person to have been awarded the degree of LLB from the university. In the past, Chauhan has also served as the president of the University Grants Commission of India, and was the first president of the Rajasthan Bar Association.
While Chauhan’s legal career was impressive, he also has an MBA and has a career in insurance and banking. What makes Chauhan a bit less impressive than many others in the same field is his association with the Hidayatullah group of political activists in India. Chauhan and the Hidayatullah group are known for their extreme political views on various social issues, including casteism, and their active efforts to disrupt the political process.
Chauhan is, in fact, an extreme nationalist. He once described his views as “a small state that will never get big and a big state that will never get small,” and he has even been quoted as saying that he doesn’t believe that the Constitution of India was written by the country’s founding fathers. Chauhan believes the country’s founding fathers started the country out with only a small portion of the population, or even a tiny percentage of those who owned property.
Chauhan is currently in Pakistan, but not in the same country as the BJP leader. He is currently in Karachi, Pakistan, which means he is not involved in politics. But like Chauhan he is also not afraid to call himself an extremist, and even a nationalist. In Pakistan, Chauhan is known for his pro-Pakistan views, and he is also against India’s presence in Kashmir.
The current government in Pakistan has been trying to reduce the number of extremist groups, and Chauhan seems to be one of them. Chauhan’s new group, Hidayatullah, is a “nationalist” group. The group is known for its support of Hizbul terrorism. Hizbul is an Islamist terrorist group that has a long history of attacking Pakistan. The group that Chauhan leads is not affiliated with the Hizbul.
Chauhan is also a strong supporter of Kashmiri independence. He has said that he was’shocked’ when India announced Kashmir would be included in the ‘Partition’ in 1947, and that he ‘wants to stop Pakistan from creating another Pakistan’. Chauhan’s recent visit to Delhi was a result of this desire.
Chauhan is a self-professed “moderate” who claims to be a legal expert and “student of law”. He is also the founder of a law school in the city of Raipur. This law school is not affiliated with any political party, and its curriculum is entirely secular.