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Prophet Remarks Row: Bangladesh Minister said – Congratulations to the Government of India for taking legal action against those who made controversial remarks

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Dhaka: Bangladesh’s Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hassan Mahmood congratulated the central government for taking legal action in the matter of remarks against Prophet Mohammad in India and said that Any statement against the Prophet should be condemned. In a conversation with a delegation of journalists from India, Mahmood said, “Anywhere anything happens against Prophet Mohammad, he should be condemned, and we congratulate the Indian government for taking legal action against those people.” Those who commented on the Prophet.’

Dr Mahmood said that an FIR has been registered in India in this matter and expressed hope that after this further process will be done. In the context of not officially condemning the Bangladesh government like other countries including Arab, he called it an external matter for his country.

,This is an internal matter of India,
Dr Mahmood said, “The first thing is that it is not an internal matter, but an external matter. This is an internal matter of India. Wherever in the world something happens, some Islamic parties protest here and it usually happens.” But here in Bangladesh it is not the kind of attention-grabbing issue like it is in Arab countries, Pakistan. And for Malaysia.

,Government is not making any compromise,
On the question of radical elements accusing the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina government of compromising in this matter, he said, “Bangladesh government is not compromising and never will in the matter of remarks against the Prophet. I myself have condemned it. Condemned the matter in a public meeting.’

Significantly, Delhi Police has registered an FIR against suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma and expelled from the party Naveen Kumar Jindal, in connection with the remarks on the Prophet.

,some fanatic in bangladesh ,hardcore) groups,
Mahmood said there are some “fanatic” (hardline) groups in Bangladesh who, despite being very few in number and not getting any kind of support, raise their voices vigorously. He said that sometimes his words manage to attract media attention in India and the same thing happens here in Bangladesh as well.

The Bangladesh minister said that similarly the statements made by leaders in India against Bangladesh and its people due to domestic politics get headlines here.

The minister said that in any remote area of ​​Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra or Ahmedabad in India, the statement of a leader becomes headlines here many times. He said that some news portals here display it in such a way that it becomes an issue. He said that many second-class newspapers also support him in this, whose purpose is only to present a wrong image.

,We have very close relations with India,
In the context of a remark made by the Home Minister of India for the people of Bangladesh recently, Mahmood said that such statements are made due to domestic politics. He said, “We have very close relations with India and we understand that due to internal politics, leaders say many things. We do not expect any clarification regarding such speeches.

Mahmood said that an example of how deep is the relationship between India and Bangladesh, the Indian government provided 110 ambulances to Dhaka during the time of the pandemic.

Mahmood claimed that Bangladesh has made a lot of development under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and its progress is remarkable. He said that the position of Bangladesh is much better than Pakistan in terms of social, economic and human index.

Read also:

Prophet Controversy: Naveen Jindal left Delhi with family, said- ‘Islamic fanatics threaten my family’s life’

Prophet Controversy: Nupur Sharma’s troubles increased over her remarks on the Prophet, cases were also registered in Bengal, cases are already registered in these cities


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