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Some People Create Conflict In The Name Of Religion, Advises, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval -by Ecork

NSA Ajit Doval said that some are creating conflict in the name of religion and ideology

New Delhi:

National Security Adviser Ajit Doval today warned the nation to beware of the forces that are conspiring to disrupt unity and create conflict in the name of religion and ideology.

Mr Doval was speaking at an event organized by the All India Sufi Sajjadanashin Council in Delhi, where religious leaders came to discuss and take a decision for peace and harmony. A resolution after the meeting called for the banning of organizations such as the Popular Front of India, or PFI, “that have pursued a separatist agenda.”

“Some elements are trying to create an atmosphere that is hindering the progress of India. They are creating acrimony and conflict in the name of religion and ideology, and it affects the entire country when it spreads outside the country- the language,” said Mr. Doval.

The National Security Adviser’s warning comes two months after the now-suspended BJP spokesperson, Nupur Sharma, made comments on the Prophet Muhammad on TV, which led to criticism from the Gulf countries, followed by India’s assurance that it would not be tolerated. comments like the one we made. by “fringe elements”.

Two Muslim men killed a Hindu tailor on camera in Rajasthan’s Udaipur. Ms Sharma’s comment also led to clashes in some parts of the country.

In a statement after the event, the organizers said, “… The country is going through tough times because of anti-social elements and groups who are trying to change the image of India as a shining example of unity in diversity.” .”

Among the eight-point resolution on the meeting released to the media, one of the points called for banning the Popular Front of India, or PFI. This decision is important since the National Security Adviser attended the event and the decision is for all intents and purposes a joint stand.

“Companies like PFI (Popular Front of India) and any other such fronts, which have carried out anti-national activities, pursuing a divisive agenda and creating discord among our citizens must be banned and initiated action against them according to the law of the country. At the same time, we strongly recommend that any person or organization found guilty with evidence of spreading hatred between communities by any means must be prosecuted according to the provisions of the law,” the resolution said.

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