Qatar Summons Indian Envoy Hours After BJP Suspends Nupur Sharma Over Controversial Remarks

New Delhi: Qatar on Sunday summoned the Indian Ambassador on the provocative statements of members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) against minorities but welcomed the party’s decision to suspend members on comments. Earlier this morning, the saffron camp suspended its spokesman Nupur Sharma from the party’s primary membership and ousted Delhi media chief Naveen Kumar Jindal over his controversial statements.Read also – BJP suspends Nupur Sharma from party primary for controversial statement

In an outburst of Jindal, its Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta said, “Your primary membership has been terminated immediately and you have been expelled from the party.” Also Read – Respect All Religions: BJP Amid Spokesman Remarks Against Prophet Mohammed

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Moreover, in his communication to Sharma by the party’s disciplinary committee, he has expressed views contrary to the party’s stand on various issues, which is a clear violation of its constitution.

In a letter to Sharma, member secretary of the BJP’s Central Disciplinary Committee, Sharma said, “You have expressed dissenting views on the party’s stand on various issues, which clearly violates Rule 10 (a) of the BJP Constitution. The next inquiry is pending, I have been directed to inform you that you have been suspended from the party and your responsibilities / assignments are effective immediately.

Earlier, BJP general secretary Arun Singh said in a statement: “The BJP strongly condemns the insult of any religious person of any religion. The Bharatiya Janata Party is against any ideology that insults or insults any sect or religion. The BJP does not promote such people or philosophy.

The BJP said it “respects all religions” and “strongly opposes any ideology that insults or insults any sect or religion”.

“Every religion in India’s thousands of years has flourished and flourished. The Bharatiya Janata Party respects all religions in a brief statement.

“The Constitution of India gives every citizen the right to practice whatever religion of his choice and respect and respect every religion. As India celebrates its 75th year of independence, we are committed to making India a great country where all are equal and all live with dignity, where all are committed to the unity and integrity of India, where all enjoy the fruits of growth and development. He said.

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