Bhopal: The president of the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM), Asaduddin Owaisi, denounced the beheading episode in Udaipur and claimed that "radicalization is spreading."
Owaisi spoke to the media and said, "I vehemently condemn the happened in Udaipur. We anticipate tough action from the Rajasthani government. This would not have happened if the cops had been more attentive... The radicalization trend is growing." He claimed that arresting Nupur Sharma would have prevented such a crime and that simply suspending her was insufficient. Owaisi went on to say, "Nupur Sharma should be arrested; simple suspension was insufficient."
The act was denounced by the AIMIM president on Tuesday, who claimed there could be no justification for it. "I abhor the heinous crime that occurred in Udaipur, Rajasthan. There is no possible defence for it. The steadfast position of our party is to condemn such brutality. Nobody has the right to impose their own laws. We call on the state government to respond in the harshest manner possible. We must uphold the rule of law "Owaisi said.
In a series of tweets, he said: "The horrible killing in Udaipur is abhorrent. Such a murder can never be justified. No one has the authority to impose their own laws, according to the Muslim position of our party. We've always been against violence." "We are calling for harsh action to be taken on the offenders. Maintaining the rule of law is necessary "Owaisi added.