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“Insults to Prophet Mohammed not tolerated”, Kuwaiti supermarket removes Indian products from shelf

Supermarket removes Indian products in Kuwait, says will not tolerate insult to Prophet Mohammed

A supermarket in Kuwait has taken off Indian products from its shelf, hurt by alleged insults to the Prophet Muhammad. Meanwhile, Iran has also joined countries in summoning Indian ambassadors in connection with the alleged remarks of Bharatiya Janata Party leaders. Employees of the Al-Ardiya Cooperative Society store packed Indian tea and other products in a trolley. In protest against the alleged Islamophobic remarks, employees in Kuwait expressed their protest by doing so.

Egypt’s influential Al-Azhar University, including Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other countries in the region, condemned BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma’s alleged anti-Prophet statement. Nupur Sharma has been suspended from the party for the time being.

Indian rice, spices and chillies were covered with plastic sheets in a supermarket outside Kuwait City. It was written in Arabic on it, “We have removed Indian products”.

The store’s CEO, Nasser al-Mutairi, told AFP, “We, the Kuwaiti Muslims, will not tolerate an insult to the Prophet Muhammad.”
On behalf of the Deputy Emir of Qatar amidst strong protests by Islamic countries on the matter of remarks by BJP leaders Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal on Prophet Muhammad. Dinner organized in honor of Vice President of India M Venkaiah Naidu has been cancelled. India’s Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu arrived on an official visit to Qatar when a controversy erupted over his alleged ‘hurtful’ remarks against the Prophet. However, according to reports, the dinner program with Vice President Venkaiah Naidu has been canceled due to health reasons. There were reports that the Deputy Amir had come under the exposure of Corona and this was informed to India before Vice President Naidu reached Doha.

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