SHAFAQNA – Indian Union Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Saturday said that terror groups like ISIS are enemies of both humanity and Islam.
Naqvi was in Anand district in the western Indian state of Gujarat to attend the inaugural ceremony of two-day international spiritual conference during the 796th annual ceremony of Sarkar Shah-E-Miran Hazrat Peer Miran Saiyed Ali Vali at Ashraf Nagar in Khambhat town.
Addressing a gathering, he said brotherhood, social unity and harmony were century’s old heritage of India.
Naqvi, who is vice president of the Hindu nationalist ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, termed terrorism and radicalism as the biggest challenge for world peace and prosperity.
“Terrorist outfits have no relation with any religion and they have been defining religion according to their convenience. If only religious organizations and leaders unite against terrorism and radicalism, these evil forces could be easily isolated,” he said.
A resolution was also passed at the conference against ISIS and other terrorist groups. A copy of the resolution has been sent to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.