No compromise on Namoos-e-Risalat, says Bangladesh minister

Bangladesh’s Data Minister Hasan Mahmud. Photograph: Twitter/@zariyand  

DHAKA: Reacting to the derogatory remarks just lately made by two senior leaders of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) in opposition to the Holy Prophet (PBUH), Bangladesh’s Data Minister Hasan Mahmud stated that his authorities won’t compromise on Namoos-e-Risalat (sanctity of the prophethood).

Condemning the blasphemous remarks made by the BJP leaders, Hasan Mahmud stated that it isn’t an inner matter of India.

He additional stated that Dhaka, nevertheless, didn’t need to fan the problem.

Protests in Bangladesh

Protests erupted in Bangladesh in opposition to defamatory feedback about Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by the members of the Indian ruling social gathering final week.

On June 9, Bangladesh’s largest non-political Islamic platform, Hefazat-e-Islam, held a giant rally in Dhaka to file their protest in opposition to the blasphemous remarks made by the BJP leaders.

They demanded of their authorities ship a proper condemnation message to New Delhi over the matter.

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