We make no distinction between majoritarian or minority religious hysteria: Congress
Congress said on Wednesday it does not distinguish between majoritarian or minority religious hysteria, against the backdrop of the government banning the Popular Front of India (PFI) and some of its affiliates.
New Delhi. Congress said on Wednesday it does not distinguish between majoritarian or minority religious hysteria, against the backdrop of the government banning the Popular Front of India (PFI) and some of its affiliates. Party Secretary Jairam Ramesh said in a statement: “The Congress Party has always been against all forms of communalism, we make no distinction between majority government or religious hysteria based on minority. The policy of Congress has always been to fight communalism without any fear. , without any compromise.
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“We oppose any ideology and institution that resorts to prejudice, hatred, bigotry and violence to religiously polarize our society,” he said. According to Ramesh, we fight to preserve and promote India’s pluralism, and at the nationalist festival, we allow India’s secular and collectivist fabric to flourish and flourish.
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The government has banned the Popular Front of India (PFI) and many others associated with it for their involvement in terrorist activities. ‘Rehab India Foundation’ (RIF), ‘Campus Front of India’ (CF), ‘All India Imam Council’ (AIIC), ‘National Confederation of Human Rights Organization’ (NCHRO) under the Anti-Terrorism Act ‘UAPA’ National Women’s Front’, ‘Junior Front’, ‘Empower India Foundation’ and ‘Rehab Foundation’ (Kerala) are also banned.
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