America condemned Nupur Sharma’s statement on Prophet Mohammad, said- we are happy with the action of BJP

America (America) Said that he was Prophet Muhammad (Prophet Mohammed) Condemns the remarks of two office-bearers suspended and expelled from the BJP, and encourages India to promote respect for human rights. The BJP on June 5 suspended its national spokesperson Nupur Sharma and expelled its Delhi unit’s media chief Naveen Kumar Jindal from the party for making controversial remarks against Prophet Mohammad.

Several Muslim countries and groups condemned the controversial remarks against the Prophet Muhammad, after which the party issued a statement to allay the concerns of minorities by distancing itself from the statements of these members. The party said that it respects all religions and condemns the insult of any religious figure.

US State Department spokesman Ned Price, while answering a question from a Pakistani journalist in his daily press conference on Thursday, said, “We have condemned it.” We condemn the derogatory remarks made by two (former) office-bearers of the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) and we are glad to see that the party has publicly condemned their statements. He said, we have regular dialogue with the Indian government at the senior level regarding human rights concerns, including freedom of religion or belief.

India is being encouraged to promote respect for human rights

“We encourage India to promote respect for human rights,” Price said in response to a question. When the US Secretary of State was in New Delhi last year, he said that the Indian and American people believe in common values ​​- dignity of man, respect for human beings, equality of opportunity and freedom of religion or belief. He was referring to the visit of US Secretary of State Antony Blinken to India in July last year. Price said these are his core values ​​of democracy and that Americans raise their voices in support of them around the world.

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