Al-Qaeda Threatens Suicide Attacks in India After BJP Leaders’ Blasphemous Statements

New Delhi: Al-Qaeda has threatened to launch attacks in India after BJP leaders made anti-Islamic blasphemous statements.

According to Indian media, the letter issued by Al-Qaeda said that after the blasphemous statements of BJP leaders, New Delhi, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat are ready for suicide attacks.

BJP Leaders' Blasphemous Statements, Al-Qaeda Threatens Suicide Attacks in India

The letter further states that Al-Qaeda warns Hindutva terrorists in India that we have to fight and die for the honor of our Holy Prophet (PBUH).

The global terrorist organization Al-Qaeda has threatened suicide attacks in major Indian cities after blasphemous anti-Islamic remarks were made by leaders of India’s ruling BJP.

According to Indian media reports, al-Qaeda has threatened to carry out suicide attacks in the Indian capital, New Delhi, and other major cities, including Mumbai.

A letter issued by the International Terrorist Organization (ITO) said that India was ready to carry out suicide attacks in New Delhi, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat following blasphemous statements by Indian leaders.

Al-Qaeda also wrote in its letter that it warns all such arrogant Hindutva terrorists in the world, especially in India, that we have to fight and die for the honor of our Prophet.

On the other hand, Indian officials say that the threats of Al-Qaeda should be taken seriously while the Indian intelligence agencies have instructed all the states and the concerned authorities to remain on high alert after the threat of Al-Qaeda.

It may be recalled that after BJP chief spokesperson Nopur Sharma’s blasphemous remarks in honor of Islam and the Holy Prophet (PBUH), there was a strong reaction from Muslims all over the world, including India.

Various countries, including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Iran and Pakistan, summoned Indian ambassadors to protest, while the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) also strongly condemned the BJP leaders’ statement. The government has been asked to take immediate steps to curb such outrageous statements.