The BJP on Sunday expelled Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal from the party.
The BJP on Sunday expelled Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal from the party in an effort to quell the ruckus created by the controversial statement. The party said that it respects all religions and does not accept insults to the revered people of any religion. Amidst the controversy arising out of the statement of party spokesperson Nupur Sharma, BJP's Union General Secretary Arun Singh issued a statement saying that his party does not accept any such idea, which is of any religion or sect. hurt the feelings of Spokesperson Naveen Jindal was also in discussion for some time due to controversial statements.
BJP believes in Sarva Panth Sambhav
The party said that the BJP neither accepts nor encourages any such idea. There is no mention of any incident or statement in this statement officially issued by the BJP General Secretary. It is noteworthy that there is anger in the Muslim society regarding Sharma's statement. Arun Singh said, every religion has flourished and flourished in India's journey of thousands of years. Bharatiya Janata Party believes in Sarva Panth Sambhav. BJP does not accept insult to the worshipers of any religion.
The unity and integrity of the country is the top priority
He said that the Constitution of the country also expects every citizen of India to respect all religions. Singh said, in the 75th year of independence, while continuously strengthening the spirit of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat in this nectar period, we have to give top priority to the unity, integrity and development of the country.
what is the whole matter
BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma had given a statement about Prophet Mohammad during a TV debate. Considering this statement as controversial, Muslim society started protesting. The protest was such that it turned into violence. After this, a case has been registered against Nupur Sharma for hurting religious sentiments and making remarks against other religions.