Kuala Lumpur: Fugitive Islamic preacher Zakir Naik has been banned from making public statements in Malaysia because of his provocative speeches. After this, for the first time, the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dr. Mahathir Mohammad, has expressed his views on this issue. According to the Malaysian media, when asked if Zakir Naik could be sent back to India, he replied, "Most countries do not want him." I also met PM Modi, he also did not talk about Naik. This person can also cause trouble for India.
With this, Malaysian PM Dr. Mahathir said that, "Zakir Naik is not a citizen of this country. The previous government gave him permanent status here. Such people are not expected to comment on the system or politics of the country. He violated it. Because of this, his speech was banned. ''
The disputed Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, who was living in Malaysia after fleeing from India, recently said that despite the Muslim majority in Malaysia, Hindus had a lot of rights. Zakir had said that Hindus in Malaysia have got 100 times more rights in proportion to minority Muslims in India. This racist comment was strongly opposed by the Indian community.