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‘There was no intention to hurt religious sentiments’, Naveen Kumar Jindal apologizes for controversial statement of Prophet Mohammad


New Delhi: Suspended from the BJP, the spokesperson of the party’s Delhi unit Naveen Kumar Jindal on Sunday said that he did not intend to hurt the religious sentiments of anyone. “Your primary membership is immediately terminated and you are expelled from the party,” said Delhi Pradesh BJP president Adesh Gupta in a letter to Jindal.

Kumar had made a tweet on June 1 mentioning about Prophet Mohammad. Since then he has been criticized. The party said his comments on social media served to disturb communal harmony. Jindal said he was not aware that he had been expelled from the party. He told that he has not even received the letter of the state president Gupta.

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Jindal said he had raised a question while asking questions to those who insulted and attacked Hindu gods and goddesses and he had no intention of hurting the religious sentiments of people belonging to any community. In a letter to Jindal, Gupta said that his views are contrary to the actual ideology of the party. “You have worked against the ideology and policies of the party,” he said.

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