Meanwhile, the BJP has also issued a set of codes of conduct for Spokespersons and leaders attending Tv Debates.
After massive backlash from Islamic countries and the OIC(Organization of Islamic Cooperation) over controversial remarks by BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma, now terrorist organization Al-Qaeda has threatened to launch suicide attacks in Delhi, Mumbai, Gujarat, and Uttar Pradesh, to “fight for the honor of the Prophet.
“We shall kill those who affront our Prophet and we shall bind explosives with our bodies and the bodies of our children to blow away the ranks of those who dare to dishonor our Prophet… The saffron terrorists should now await their end in Delhi, Bombay, UP, and Gujarat,” the letter said.
On Sunday the party suspended Nupur Sharma, expelled Naveen Jindal, and also issued a statement asserting that it “respects all religions” and “strongly denounces insults of any religious personality”. The statement, made by party general secretary Arun Singh, said “The BJP strongly denounces insults of any religious personalities of any religion. The BJP is also against any ideology which insults or demeans any sect or religion. The BJP does not promote such people or philosophy.”
Meanwhile, the BJP on Tuesday has also issued a set of codes of conduct for Spokespersons and leaders attending Tv Debates.
- Only authorized spokespersons and panelists will participate in TV debates, and they will be assigned by the media cell.
- The spokespersons have been warned against criticizing any religion, its symbols, or religious figures.
- BJP panelists have been Prohibited from crossing the line during heated discussions.
- No provocation can violate the party’s ideology or ideals.
- The First check for the topic of the TV discussion, prepare for it and find out the party’s line on it before appearing on any channel.
- Spokespersons and panelists of the party should stay on the agenda. They should not fall into any trap
- The BJP also wants its spokespersons to focus on the government’s social welfare work, sources said.