Jaipur: Syed Naseeruddin Chishti, the successor to Diwan of the Dargah of Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Hasan Chasti in Ajmer in Rajasthan and head of the All India Sufi Sajjadanshin Council, has strongly condemned the attacks by Muslim fundamentalists on minority Hindus during Durga Puja in Bangladesh as shameful and non-Islamic.
He has said that those who do so are enemies of Islam and the Bangladesh government should take strict action against the culprits. Naseeruddin Chishti said in his statement on Thursday that peace and tolerance are followed in Islam religion. The attack on Mandapas, Pandals and temples is highly condemnable. This is a cowardly act against the teachings of the Prophet, which he strongly condemns. He has demanded an impartial inquiry into the case and strict action against radical organizations involved in inciting communal violence.
Naseeruddin Chishti further said that those who have carried out these incidents are the real enemies of Islam. "Violence in the name of Islam is cowardly," he said. It is against the spirit of Islam and the teachings of the Prophet Mohammed. Violence can never be justified in the name of Islam.