The Narendra Modi government at the Centre has rejected the perceived notion over threats from the ISIS adding that no amount of threats from terrorists could make any difference whatsoever as every citizen in the country, including Muslims, would stand united against such destructive forces.
Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi told ANI in Delhi, “India is a land of peace and prosperity and there is no place here for those who support terrorism. Patriotism is filled in every Muslim in this country. Be it videos or threats, it’s not going to make much of difference.”
Naqvi’s remarks came after ISIS video with Indian recruits threatening to wage a war in India.
He said that nation will come together to fight against such forces threatening the peace and sovereignty.
In a latest video released by the ISIS, a group of Indian including Thane engineering student Fahad Tanvir Sheikh, has issued a warning and vowed to avenge the demolition of the Babri Mosque and the killing of Muslims across the country.
Earlier today, the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh too had denied any threats being posed by the ISIS.
He had said, “There is no threat from ISIS. Along with the alertness of the security, the Muslims of the country are also against the ISIS. In India, the Muslim community won’t allow them to do so.”