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‘Not against any religion,’ says BJP amid row set off by spokesperson’s comment | Latest News India

The assertion comes shut on the heels of feedback made by RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat this week which mentioned there isn’t a cause to escalate fights.

New Delhi: Amid a row triggered by the feedback of one among its spokespersons on nationwide TV against Prophet Muhammad, the Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday selected to distance itself from the controversial comment and asserted that the celebration respects all religions.

In an announcement signed by nationwide common secretary Arun Singh, the celebration mentioned, “The BJP is strictly against any ideology that insults or demeans any sect or religion. The BJP does not promote such persons or philosophy.”

The assertion goes on so as to add that that Indian Constitution provides individuals the suitable to observe their religion and apply their faith.

“The BJP strongly denounces the insult of any religious personalities of any religion,” the celebration mentioned.

The assertion comes shut on the heels of feedback made by RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat this week which mentioned there isn’t a cause to escalate fights.

Though the BJP has not named the spokesperson or referred to the feedback aired on the TV present there was widespread protest against celebration spokesperson Nupur Sharma’s feedback on a tv channel against the Prophet.

On Friday, clashes erupted in Uttar Pradesh’s Kanpur after members of two teams threw stones at one another over a name to close down markets in protest against her assertion made within the context of the controversy over the Gyanvapi concern. Complaints have been additionally raised against the media head of the Delhi unit of the BJP, who had additionally referred to the Prophet derogatorily.



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