The BJP on Sunday suspended its public representative Nupur Sharma and the party’s Delhi unit media head Naveen Jindal for supposedly offering disparaging remarks on the Prophet.
Confronting boundless outrage in the Arab nations over the questionable remarks on Prophet Mohammad, India on Thursday said it has clarified that the comments don’t mirror the perspectives on the public authority.
“We have made obviously tweets and remarks don’t reflect perspectives on government,” External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said at a media instructions.
“This has been passed on to our questioners as additionally the way that move has been initiated by the concerned quarters against the people who offered the remarks and tweets. I truly have nothing extra to say on this,” he said.
Gotten some information about the case in an Iranian readout that expressed that after Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian raised the issue of dubious comments on Prophet Mohammad with NSA Ajit Doval on Wednesday, the last option said that guilty parties will be managed so that others will become familiar with an illustration, Bagchi said: “My comprehension is that what you are alluding to in a readout has been pulled down.” He was answering an inquiry on the issue.
The BJP on Sunday suspended its public representative Nupur Sharma and the party’s Delhi unit media head Naveen Jindal for purportedly offering offensive remarks on the Prophet.