ITANAGAR, 3rd August– The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Arunachal Pradesh has unequivocally condemned attempts by certain vested interest groups to give a religious color to recent violent incidents in the country. Addressing the media, Adv. Dominic Tadar, State BJP Spokesperson, stated that the shooting incident at Jaipur-Mumbai central Expressway, where a Railway Protection Force (RPF) constable shot his senior and three others, and the violence in Nu District, Haryana during a religious procession were unfortunate and isolated incidents.
Adv. Dominic Tadar emphasized that these incidents should not be portrayed as orchestrated acts of polarization between religious groups. He urged the public not to buy into baseless and illogical claims made by certain elements in the media. Instead, he urged everyone to treat these occurrences as individual cases without attributing them to any religious motive.
Furthermore, the BJP representative highlighted that the unfortunate violence in Manipur had already received the attention of Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Hon’ble Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Both leaders expressed their sympathy and support for the affected individuals and families. To insinuate that the Prime Minister and Home Minister remained indifferent to the situation is completely unfounded and serves only to damage their reputations.
The State BJP expressed deep condolences to the victims and their families affected by these violent incidents, especially those inflicted upon womenfolk. The party affirmed its commitment to maintaining the secular fabric of the nation and vowed never to engage in divisive tactics, especially during the ongoing election year.