- Ajit Doval said big thing about religious animosity
- Doval said – religious leaders will have to work together
- “Few people create enmity in the name of ideology”
NSA Ajit Doval: National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval on Saturday said that some people create enmity in the name of religion and ideology which affects the entire country. The NSA said that religious leaders will have to work together to counter this. He said that efforts need to be made to clear the misconceptions and make every religious institution a part of India.
“Cannot be a mute spectator to religious enmity”
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said this in the presence of religious leaders of different religions at an inter-religious conference organized by the All India Sufi Sajjadanshin Council (AISSC) at the ‘Constitution Club’. Doval said at the conference, “Some people create enmity in the name of religion which adversely affects the entire country. We cannot be its mute spectators. To combat religious animosity, we have to work together and make every religious institution a part of India. In this we will succeed or fail.
“Few people create enmity in the name of ideology”
Ajit Doval further said that religious leaders have come here from different places. There is a strange atmosphere inside the world, there is an atmosphere of conflict. If this is to be dealt with, we have to be one. Radical forces try to create an atmosphere of negativity. Few people create enmity in the name of religion, in the name of ideology, which has an effect. If we want to combat this, then we have to work on the ground for this. If there is a misunderstanding, it has to be cleared. Doval said that in 1915 some Ulemas went to Afghanistan and formed a government and made Raja Mahinder Pal Singh as its President. It meant jihad but for development, not for one religion.
Resolution passed to ban organizations like PFI
The NSA said in its address that now there is a need to correct this environment. It requires determination and ability. You all need to work together. All religions have to work together. It has to be decided that we should not let the integrity of our country get compromised. If the heat comes on the life of the last Indian, then everyone has to speak. At the same time, in the conference organized under the aegis of AISSC, religious leaders passed a resolution to “ban organizations like Popular Front of India (PFI) and other such fronts” which have been “indulging in anti-national activities”.
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