National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said a few components were attempting to make an atmosphere that is vitiating the development of the country. He said that judgment was not sufficient and there was a need to neutralize extremist powers, including the Popular Front of India and others.
Mr. Doval made this remark at an occasion coordinated by the All India Sufi Sajjadanashin Council in Delhi, where religious heads went to discuss and pass a resolution for harmony and unity. The Sufi pastors present at the meet called for a ban on PFI.
It very well may be remembered the killers of Udaipur tailor Kanhaiya Lal, Amravati pharmacist Umesh Kolhe and Karnataka BJP worker Praveen Nettaru had connections to the PFI.
“Certain individuals on the premise of religious beliefs want to make strife influences inside and outside the society. The majority is silent. We can’t be quiet observers. We need to arrange and speak more loudly, enhance the mistakes,” Doval said at the inter-faith meet in the national capital.
“They’re creating acrimony & conflict in the name of religion & ideology, it’s affecting the entire country while spilling over outside the country too,” Mr. Doval said.
“Rather than being quiet observers, we need to work on the ground on our disparities alongside reinforcing our voices. We’ve to make every sector of India feel that we are a nation together, we are proud of it and that each religion can be professed with freedom here,” the NSA Mr. Ajit Doval added.
The inter-faith meet led by NSA Doval was gone to by religious heads of various beliefs. Sufi saints likewise went to this meeting held as a feature of the Narendra Modi government’s effort to guarantee religious congruity.
The BJP-drove government’s initiative comes when there is religious strife in the country following suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma’s controversial remarks on the Prophet and the outrageous responses from a segment of the Sufi Barelvi Muslim community.
After fights by western Asian nations against Nupur Sharma’s comment, the Narendra Modi government suspended the BJP leader. In any case, fights broke out in different areas of the country with viciousness being accounted for in parts of Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand and West Bengal.
The controversy took a frightful turn after Kanhaiya Lal, a tailor in Rajasthan’s Udaipur, was beheaded in an ISIS-style killing demonstration by two Muslim men who shot the homicide and threatened to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Both the executioners alongside their assistants are in NIA custody.
Another ISIS-styled killing occurred in Maharashtra’s Amravati where a pharmacist named Umesh Kolhe was stabbed to death. The NIA is additionally investigating the homicide.