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Ajit Doval, NSA, is instigating conflicts in the name of religion and ideology

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Ajit Doval, NSA, is instigating conflicts in the name of religion and ideology

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval issued a warning to the country today, cautioning it to be wary of forces planning to upset peace and foment unrest in the guise of ideology and religion.

At an All India Sufi Sajjadanashin Council gathering in Delhi where religious leaders gathered to discuss and adopt a resolution for peace and harmony, Mr. Doval made the remark.

Two months have passed after Nupur Sharma, a now-suspended BJP spokeswoman, made remarks on television about the Prophet Muhammad. This led to condemnation from Gulf countries and India’s guarantee that it does not accept remarks like the one made by “fringe elements.”

“Some elements are trying to create an atmosphere that’s vitiating the progress of India. They are creating acrimony and conflict in the name of religion and ideology, and it’s affecting the entire country while spilling over outside the country too,” Mr Doval said, news agency ANI reported.

The nation is cautioned by Ajit Doval, the national security adviser, to be vigilant against forces planning to upend peace and cause turmoil in the name of ideology and religion.

“Some people on the basis of religious beliefs want to create discord impacts within and outside the society. The majority is silent . We can’t be mute spectators. We have to organise and raise voices, improve on the mistakes,” Doval said at the inter-faith meet in the national capital.

“They’re creating acrimony & conflict in the name of religion & ideology, it’s affecting the entire country while spilling over outside the country too,” Doval added.

Notably, Doval made this declaration during a gathering in Delhi that was sponsored by the All India Sufi Sajjadanashin Council. Religious leaders discuss solutions for peace and togetherness during this occasion.

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