India On OIC Comment For Nupur: The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has termed the comments given by the Organization of Islamic Countries on the Nupur Sharma case as unnecessary and small-minded. The Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson has said that India respects all the countries of the world, tweets and comments of some people against a religious personality cannot be considered the view of the Government of India.
The Indian Ministry of External Affairs is not happy with the IOC’s comments on Nupur Sharma’s case. Regarding these comments, the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs of India clearly said, “India respects all religions, some people made derogatory tweets and comments against a religious personality. This is not the view of the Government of India in any way. has taken strict action against those making derogatory remarks.”
He further said that it is unfortunate that the OIC has, in spite of this, made misleading, motivated and incorrect remarks. It clearly shows that through this a divisive agenda is being run at the behest of some vested interests. India urges that the OIC Secretariat show respect to all religions while putting an end to communal thinking.
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BJP leader Nupur Sharma had allegedly made a controversial statement on Prophet Muhammad during a TV debate. After the controversy escalated in this case, the BJP high command has suspended Nupur Sharma from the primary membership of the party. At the same time, the Gulf countries have protested against India regarding this dispute and have summoned the Indian ambassadors. There is an uproar in the country and abroad regarding this. Is. The matter had escalated to such an extent that Qatar, Kuwait and Iran had summoned the Indian ambassadors on Nupur Sharma’s remarks.
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