National Conference on BJP Action: National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah said on Sunday that the BJP condemns the insult of any religious figure only to show the international community and it has nothing to do with hurting the sentiments of Muslims in the country. Do not give. Omar Abdullah made this remark at a time when the BJP is trying to end the controversy over the alleged controversial remarks made by its spokesperson Nupur Sharma against Prophet Mohammad.
BJP says that it respects all religions and strongly condemns the insult of any religious personality. The former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir tweeted, ‘Sudden condemnation of insult to any religious person by BJP is only to show the international community. In fact, BJP has nothing to do with hurting the sentiments of Muslims in the country.
BJP expels Nupur Sharma
BJP General Secretary Arun Singh has said in a statement that the party is against any ideology that tries to insult or demean any sect or religion. The BJP on Sunday suspended its national spokesperson Nupur Sharma from the party for her alleged controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad. Sharma’s statement was strongly opposed by the Muslim community.
The party does not accept any such statement.
Amidst the controversy arising out of Nupur Sharma’s statement, BJP General Secretary Arun Singh issued a statement saying that his party does not accept any such idea which hurts the sentiments of any religion or sect. In a letter issued by the BJP’s disciplinary committee, it was said that Sharma has presented views on various issues contrary to the opinion of the party, which is a clear violation of its constitution.
Naveen Jindal also expelled from the party
The party has expelled the media chief of BJP’s Delhi unit Naveen Kumar Jindal from the party. The party said that his comments on social media worked to disturb communal harmony. On Nupur Sharma’s suspension and Jindal’s expulsion from BJP, Omar Abdullah said, “The reaction of Arab countries in this matter must have really pricked the government.” That’s why this step has been taken. Jindal has said that his remarks were not intended to hurt the religious sentiments of any community.