Iran Foreign Minister India Visit Iran Foreign Minister And S Jaishankar Met Today Amid The Prophet Controversy
Iran Foreign Minister India Visit: Despite expressing displeasure over former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma’s remarks on the Prophet, most of the Islamic countries are in no mood to increase tension in relations with India. Despite officially registering objections to the matter, Iran has retained the visit of its foreign minister to India.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahiyan arrived in New Delhi last night. The Iranian Foreign Minister, who is on a three-day visit to India, will meet the Foreign Minister of India Dr. S. Jaishankar on Wednesday, 8 June afternoon. Apart from Delhi, the Iranian Foreign Minister will also visit Mumbai and Hyderabad. He will return to his homeland on the night of June 10.
Iraq and Libya condemn Nupur Sharma’s remarks
Let us tell you that Iraq and Libya condemned the controversial remarks made by BJP leader Nupur Sharma against Prophet Mohammad. On Monday, about a dozen Muslim countries had condemned the case. After the matter caught fire, the Bharatiya Janata Party suspended spokesperson Nupur Sharma and the party’s Delhi unit’s media chief Naveen Kumar Jindal was expelled.
Responding to a statement issued by a parliamentary committee in Iraq regarding the controversial tweet, an Indian Embassy spokesperson clarified on Monday that the controversial tweets do not in any way reflect the views of the Indian government. According to Iraq’s official news agency INA, the statement issued by Iraq said that “such abusive words, hateful and shameful acts will have serious consequences and if they are not stopped, there will be increased tension between people as well as peaceful co-operation.” There may be unimaginable consequences for survival.
Government of India gives full respect to all religions – Embassy of India
The Indian Embassy said in its statement, “In line with our civilizational heritage and strong cultural traditions of unity in diversity, the Government of India has full respect for all religions. Strict action has already been taken against those making derogatory remarks. did.
On Monday, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Maldives, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Bahrain, Oman and Afghanistan condemned the controversial remarks against Prophet Mohammed. On the other hand, Qatar, Iran and Kuwait on Sunday summoned the ambassadors of India and lodged a strong protest over the controversial remark.
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