New Delhi: National Security Advisor Ajit Doval It warned on Saturday that some elements in the country are trying to create negativity, enmity and conflict in the name of religion and ideology, thereby hampering national progress in the process. He appealed to the leaders of different religions to raise their voice against such forces and use their role as influencers to remove any misunderstanding among the people and work unitedly to make India a strong nation. Of.
Doval’s remarks at an inter-religious conference for communal harmony organized by the All India Sufi Sajjada Nasheen Parishad (AISSC) here came after prominent leaders of different religions passed a resolution at the meeting calling for a ban on it. Organizations like “Popular Front of India (PFI)”. The PFI, a radical, pan-India Islamic organisation, is being linked to the recent killings of two people in Amravati and Udaipur, after the victims allegedly spoke in favor of former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma on social media.
The NSA said that while the “minor segment” was making loud noises to amplify its negativity campaign, the majority who do not share their views remain mute spectators.
Religious leaders, who have “both good intentions and ability” to counter the negative campaign, and recalling the rich Sufi tradition that had flourished in India, Doval urged them to speak up and express their views in favor of assimilation of all religions. asked for And listen to patriotism.