Qatar government angry over controversial statement on Prophet, India said - we respect all religion

Pankaj Prasad
Qatar government
Qatar government

The Embassy of India made it clear that the opinion of a particular person cannot be the opinion of the Government of India.

New Delhi: The Government of Qatar (Qatar MoFA) took seriously the remarks made on Prophet Mohammed by Nupur Sharma, the female leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He expressed his displeasure over the issue by calling Indian Ambassador Dr Deepak Mittal in this regard. At the same time, condemning such a statement expressed its disappointment. However, the Indian Embassy issued a clarification saying that the Government of India has taken cognizance of the matter. Strict action has been taken against the people concerned. Also said that the Indian government does not agree with that tweet at all.

Qatar government summons India's ambassador

In fact, Qatar's Foreign Ministry summoned Indian Ambassador Dr. Deepak Mittal on Sunday. Handing him an official note expressed his dismay at the remarks made against Prophet Muhammad in India. Rejecting that statement outright, he also condemned it. Qatar's Foreign Ministry said that it does not accept such a controversial statement by any leader of India's ruling party.


Statement issued by the Ambassador of India

After this, the Ambassador of India issued a statement and made it clear that the Government of India has taken cognizance of it. Strict action has been taken against those who made the statement. The Qatar government welcomed this note issued by the Indian Embassy. Explain that the primary membership of BJP leaders Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar Jindal, who made objectionable remarks about Prophet Mohammad, have been expelled from the party.

Government of India respects all religions equally

In response to the note issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, the Indian Embassy issued a statement saying that the tweets about Prophet Mohammad were the opinion of a particular person, that statement of the Government of India. Nothing to do with. The Government of India does not give shelter to those who make such statements. Strict action has been taken against them. The Indian government respects all religions equally. Strict action has been taken against those who made statements against the Prophet.