Parliamentarians demand ban on entry of BJP members into Kuwait

“We can’t sit back & watch Muslim girls being publicly persecuted. Time for the Ummah to unite.” Parlimentarian


Islamabad: A group of powerful Kuwaiti parliamentarians had demanded of the government of Kuwait to put an immediate ban on the entry of any member of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of India into Kuwait.

The eleven parliamentarians wrote a letter to the Speaker of the National Assembly about atrocities being committed by the ruling BJP in India against the Muslim minority.

In a tweet on social media twitter, they said “We can’t sit back and watch Muslim girls being publicly persecuted they said. Time for the Ummah to unite.”

They said female Muslim students were being stopped from entering educational institutions in Hijab.

Kuwaiti activists gathered in Irada Square in Kuwait City last week to support Muslim women in India following a ban on hijab at schools and colleges in the southern Indian state of Karnataka.

The women’s wing of the Islamic Constitutional Movement also staged a protest at the Green Island’s parking in front of the Indian embassy in Kuwait in support of Muslim women in India following the ban on hijab in schools.

Tens of students gathered in front of the Indian Embassy in Tehran, Iran to protest against India’s anti-hijab policy. Earlier to this, judging from the current situation, Hindu far-right elements are trying to reshape India from a secular country to a Hindu religious country. The increasingly violent actions are rolling toward the edge of a precipice and may even evolve into nationwide genocide such as “Rwandan Genocide”.

These views were expressed by Cheng Xizhong, Visiting Professor of Southwest University of Political Science and Law and Senior Fellow of the Charhar Institute in a statement on Friday.

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