International Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari shared on Sunday that he mentioned the persecution of Muslims in India with the Secretary-Basic of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Hissein Brahim Taha.
Taking to Twitter, Bilawal wrote: “Spoke to OIC SG HE Hissein Brahim Taha on the completely unacceptable and condemnable remarks by Indian BJP officers in the direction of the Holy Prophet PBUH. Shared considerations on rising Islamophobia and persecution of Muslims in India and the necessity to handle that by means of collective efforts.”
Earlier at present, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif requested the Nationwide Meeting Speaker Raja Pervez Ashraf to carry a debate, and subsequently undertake a decision to sentence BJP leaders’ blasphemous remarks in opposition to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) within the upcoming session of the meeting on Monday.
In an announcement issued on Twitter, the premier denounced the violation of Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) honour and mentioned that the sacrilegious remarks have damage the emotions of 1.25 billion Muslims internationally.
“We wish to ship out a transparent message to the whole world by passing a decision that we’re able to render any sacrifice for the honour of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH),” Shehbaz wrote.
Final week, two senior officers of India’s ruling celebration BJP issued derogatory remarks in opposition to the Holy Prophet (PBUH), inviting extreme condemnation and backlash from Muslims in India and overseas.