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India rejects OIC’s feedback over controversial remarks in opposition to Prophet


EAM spokesperson Arindam Bagchi mentioned India categorically rejects the OIC Secretariat’s ‘unwarranted and narrow-minded feedback’

New Delhi: India on Monday hit out on the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for its criticism of the nation within the wake of the alleged derogatory remarks made in opposition to Prophet Mohammed by two BJP functionaries.

Exterior Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi mentioned India categorically rejects the OIC Secretariat’s “unwarranted and narrow-minded feedback” and asserted that New Delhi accords the best respect to all religions.

 

“The offensive tweets and feedback denigrating a non secular persona have been made by sure people. They don’t, in any method, replicate the views of the Authorities of India,” Bagchi mentioned.

He mentioned robust motion has already been taken in opposition to these people by related our bodies.

The BJP has already suspended its nationwide spokesperson Nupur Sharma whereas it expelled the social gathering’s Delhi unit media head Naveen Jindal for his or her controversial remarks following widespread anger in a number of Gulf international locations over their feedback.

Amid protests by Muslim teams over the remarks, the social gathering had additionally issued a press release aimed toward assuaging the considerations of minorities and distancing itself from these members, asserting that it respects all religions and strongly denounces the insult of any spiritual persona.

 

Bagchi mentioned, “It’s regrettable that OIC Secretariat has but once more chosen to make motivated, deceptive and mischievous feedback. This solely exposes its divisive agenda being pursued on the behest of vested pursuits”.

The MEA spokesperson was responding to media queries on the feedback by the OIC.

“We’d urge the OIC Secretariat to cease pursuing its communal strategy and present due respect to all faiths and religions,” he mentioned.

The OIC had slammed India for the feedback in opposition to the Prophet even urged the UN to take mandatory measures to make sure that the rights of Muslims are protected.

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