'Respect all religions, can't accept insults to the revered' - BJP makes big statement

New Delhi: The BJP has said that many religions have been born and developed in India's thousands of years of journey and the BJP does not accept insults to the revered of any religion. In a press release issued by the party's national general secretary Arun Singh, the party said that every religion has flourished and blossomed in the thousands of years of India's journey.  

In the press release, the BJP has said that the BJP does not approve of any idea which hurts the sentiments of any religion and sect. The BJP neither accepts nor promotes any such idea. In it, the BJP has said that the constitution of the country is also expected to respect all religions from every citizen of India. The BJP has said that in the 75th year of independence, in this Amritkal, we have to give top priority to the unity, integrity and development of the country by continuously strengthening the spirit of Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat.  

Recently, BJP leader Nupur Sharma had made a comment in a TV debate over which there was a dispute. The shadow of this controversy was also seen on social media and other platforms. Apart from this, recently, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat made a statement that was called out of the RSS. Mohan Bhagwat had said that we do not need to search for a Shivling in every mosque. Then, the BJP issued this release.  

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