Prophet Row

Prophet Row: Protests broke out in several parts of India on Friday against controversial remarks on Prophet Muhammad, in which two people were killed and some policemen injured Prophet in stone-pelting.

Prophet Row: The statement of former Vice President Hamid Ansari has come regarding the controversial remarks against Prophet Mohammad. He said it was not fair to call those who made controversial statements about Prophet Mohammad ‘mild’. He also mentioned that the government was “silent” in various ‘religion parliaments’ for making hate speeches against minorities and Muslims.

The former Vice President also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s silence on the matter was not accidental, but very meaningful. The BJP last Sunday suspended its national spokesperson Nupur Sharma and expelled the party’s Delhi unit’s media cell chief Naveen Kumar Jindal after his controversial remarks against Prophet Mohammad.

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Protests broke out in several parts of India on Friday against controversial remarks on Prophet Muhammad, in which two people were killed and some policemen injured in stone-pelting. At some places, the security forces had to resort to firing in the air including lathi charge, tear gas shelling.

‘He was an office-bearer of the ruling party’

Asked about the reaction of Qatar and other countries to the controversial remarks and the divided opinion of the people in India, the former Vice President said that it is not fair to say that the people who made these statements about the Prophet were “mild” people as they He was an office-bearer of the ruling party. He said that the important thing is that it is not just about one statement, many such statements have been made during the last few months.

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He said hate speeches were made against minorities and Muslims in various ‘religion parliaments’. In an interview, he said, “Words may differ, but the government was completely silent. Even if any action was taken, it was too late, which doesn’t make any sense.”

‘It’s not sudden, it’s been going on for some time’

Ansari claimed it was not sudden, it was going on for some time and the government was tolerating it as there is a policy here. When asked whether India should apologise? In response, the former Vice President said, “I don’t think the Government of India should apologise, because in diplomacy there are many mechanisms to resolve differences between countries.”

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When asked why the Prime Minister or the External Affairs Minister is silent, he said, “The Prime Minister, the Home Minister and the External Affairs Minister are the people who are expected to speak, but they are all silent.” He claimed that Prime Minister Modi has excellent relations with the heads of all Gulf countries, but his silence is very meaningful, it is not accidental.

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