Ram Navami violence: OIC expresses 'deep concern', India calls 'communal mindset'
India has condemned the Organisation for Islamic Cooperation (OIC)'s statement on the recent clashes between two groups during the Ram Navami processions in some parts of the country
India has condemned the Organisation for Islamic Cooperation (OIC)'s statement on the recent clashes between two groups during the Ram Navami processions in some parts of the country.
MEA Spokesperson A. Arindam Bagchi said, "We strongly condemn the statement issued by OIC Secretariat today regarding India. This is one more example of their communal mindset and anti-India agenda. OIC only does its reputation damage by being consistently manipulated by anti-India forces."
The OIC statement had expressed deep concern over the "violence" and "vandalism targeting Muslim community" in several states in India during the Ram Navami processions, including the burning of a madrasa and its library by an extremist Hindu mob in Bihar Sharif on March 31.
"The OIC General Secretariat denounces such provocative acts of violence and vandalism, which are a vivid manifestation of mounting Islamophobia and systemic targeting of the Muslim community in India. The OIC General Secretariat calls upon the Indian authorities to take firm actions against the instigators and perpetrators of such acts and to ensure the safety, security, rights, and dignity of the Muslim community in the country." it said.
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