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Pakistan summons Indian diplomats over Haridwar’s hatred conclave

Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry summoned the highest-ranking Indian diplomat in Islamabad on Monday, with Hindutva leaders 3-day “religious rally” In Haridwar, he called for attacks on Muslims and their religious institutions.

India’s Chargé d’Affaires M Suresh Kumar was summoned by Pakistani authorities on Monday afternoon. Concerns were expressed about speeches by religious leaders who were full of hatred and called for violent attacks on Islam and other religious minorities.

The Ministry of Pakistan said in an official statement: By Hindutva supporters to carry out the massacre of Muslims in India.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs often makes critical statements, but it is rare to summon Indian diplomats. India has often made critical statements, summoning Pakistani diplomats on various issues in the past.

In their statement, the Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, “Toxic stories to minorities, especially Muslims, are … commonplace.” The country added that it hopes India will begin investigating hate speech and take steps to prevent such incidents from recurring.

Dharma Sansad-Hateful Conclave

Anger occurred in India after video from 3 days of hatred conclave It was organized by Hindutva’s flag bearer and hater Yati Narsinghanand, who appeared on social media. At “Dharma Sansad” in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, December 17-19, Hindutva leaders called on minorities, especially Muslims and their religious spaces, to attack with the slogan “shastra mevjayte”.

Several prominent Hindutva leaders addressed the conclave, making provocative remarks and openly calling for genocide against Muslims.

Following anger, The case was booked To a small number of people associated with hate speech. Swami Dharamdas and Sadhvi Annapurna were booked by police along with Jitendra Narayan Singh Tyagi (Waseem Rizvi).

The First Information Return (FIR) is filed under Section 153A of the IPC (which encourages hostility between different groups because of religion, race, place of origin, place of residence, and language).

However, so far no speaker has been summoned by the police.

Several opposition leaders expressed their opposition to the hatred conclave, but there was no official criticism from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.

https://www.siasat.com/pakistan-summons-indian-diplomat-over-haridwar-hate-conclave-2249222/ Pakistan summons Indian diplomats over Haridwar’s hatred conclave

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