Data and Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud moreover “saluted” the Indian government for making a legitimate move over the issue and said that any proclamation against the Prophet ought to be censured.
Dhaka: The discussion set off by comments made by two previous BJP functionaries against Prophet Mohammad is India’s “interior issue” and it’s anything but an eye catching matter in Bangladesh dissimilar to in a few other Muslim countries, a senior Bangladeshi priest has said, as he excused analysis that the country’s administration is “splitting the difference” on the issue.
Data and Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud too “praised” the Indian government for making a legitimate move over the issue and said that any explanation against the Prophet ought to be denounced.
Conversing with a gathering of visiting Indian writers here, he noticed that a FIR has been enrolled in India on this issue and trusted that further move would likewise be made.
To an inquiry concerning the fundamentalists denouncing Prime Minister Sheik Hasina-drove legislature of giving and taking on the issue, he said, “the Bangladesh government isn’t compromising over the comments against the Prophet and it won’t ever do that. I personally have denounced it… I have censured the issue in a public gathering.”
With regards to the Bangladesh government not authoritatively denouncing the issue, Mahmud called it an outer matter for his country.
“It’s anything but an inner matter (of Bangladesh), however an outside issue. This is India’s inside issue. At whatever point something like this occurs on the planet, a few Islamic gatherings fight here as well and it typically works out,” he said.
Here in Bangladesh, it isn’t a lot of an eye catching issue all things considered for Arab nations, Pakistan and Malaysia, he said.