Amidst the controversy over the remarks against the Prophet, Manish Sisodia targeted the Center, saying – Small countries are also challenging India under BJP rule
AAP leader and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Monday alleged that the BJP has brought the country to such a state that “even small countries are now challenging the great nation of India”. He claimed that every Indian is hurt by this and “the suffering is endless”.
Sisodia’s remarks came after the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) pulled up India for the remarks of two BJP functionaries against Prophet Mohammad and even urged the United Nations to take necessary measures to ensure the rights of Muslims are protected. also urged.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran and Kuwait condemned the controversial remarks against the prophet and called for “respect for beliefs and religions”. Pakistan summoned Indian charge d’affaires for its outright disapproval and condemnation of the controversial remarks by two BJP leaders.
The BJP on Sunday suspended its national spokesperson Nupur Sharma and expelled its Delhi media chief Naveen Kumar Jindal as the controversy escalated both domestically and abroad. The party also issued a statement saying that it respects all religions and strongly condemns the insult of any religious personality. Taking advantage of the opportunity to target the BJP, Sisodia said in a tweet in Hindi, “Even small countries are challenging the great nation of India.
“What (PM Narendra) Modi ji and BJP have done for the country. Every Indian is suffering from this, the suffering is infinite. has no limits’). Sharma’s comments in a TV debate about 10 days ago and Jindal’s now-deleted tweets triggered a Twitter trend calling for boycott of Indian products in some countries.
Qatar and Kuwait summoned Indian ambassadors and handed them protest notes, which the Gulf countries called a clear “disapproval and condemnation” of the BJP leader’s controversial remarks against Prophet Muhammad.