ISLAMABAD: The Muslim world has taken a strong stance against the disparaging remarks about the Holy Prophet (PBUH) made by the Hindutva BJP leadership. A demarche has been issued by Pakistan to the Indian charge d’affaires to officially register the country’s protest here on Monday.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, and Iran have also condemned the issue and called the respective Indian ambassadors to officially record their complaint. Qatar has gone as far as to seek a public apology from India for hurting the sentiments of the Muslims all across the globe.
Prime Minister Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif took to Twitter to condemn the derogatory remarks stating that the world should take note and severely reprimand India.
I condemn in strongest possible words hurtful comments of India's BJP leader about our beloved Prophet (PBUH). Have said it repeatedly India under Modi is trampling religious freedoms & persecuting Muslims. World should take note & severely reprimand India. Our love for the >
— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) June 5, 2022
President Pakistan Dr Arif Alvi also condemned the disparaging remarks in a strong manner.
— Dr. Arif Alvi (@ArifAlvi) June 5, 2022
Meanwhile, Narendra Modi’s pictures have been plastered on garbage bins all over Kuwait with tensions rising between the Middle East and India over the derogatory remarks about the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
Garbage bins in #Kuwait have images of PM Narendra Modi for the recent derogatory remark of his party spokesperson against the Prophet & other atrocities on Indian Muslim.
What a great Vishwaguru.#MuslimsUnderAttackinIndia pic.twitter.com/6J02pzlnnE
— Aasif Mujtaba (@MujtabaAasif) June 5, 2022