BJP Suspends Nupur Sharma from Party’s Primary Membership Over ‘Controversial Statement’

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was suspended on Sunday Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar on the comments of the Prophet Muhammad from the party’s primary membership. Earlier this morning, the BJP abstained from controversial comments that it “strongly condemns the humiliation of any religious person.”Also Read – Respect All Religions: BJP Amid Spokesman Remarks Against Prophet Mohammed

In a statement, Arun Singh, national general secretary of the party, said in a statement that the party strongly opposes any ideology that insults or insults any sect or religion. Sharma’s statement has been opposed by Muslim groups. Read also – No plans to join politics: Sangrur to contest by-election

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Singh said, “Every religion in India’s thousands of years has blossomed and flourished. The Bharatiya Janata Party respects all religions. The BJP strongly condemns the insulting of any religious person of any religion.

He said that the Constitution of India gives every citizen the right to celebrate and honor every religion of his choice.

“As India celebrates its 75th year of independence, we are committed to making India a great country where everyone is equal and everyone lives with dignity. Everyone is committed to the unity and integrity of India, where everyone enjoys the fruits of growth and development,” the BJP leader said.

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