Islamic evangelist Zakir Naik, who is needed by Indian test offices for professedly fuelling religious contempt through his discourses, met Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Saturday. Naik’s legitimate group on Sunday has discharged a photograph of the gathering.
The gathering came multi-day after the Malaysian PM said that Naik won’t be extradited to India. Mohamad said the Islamic minister would not be sent back as long as he was not making any issue in the nation, news office AFP had revealed.
Zakir, who is the organizer of the Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), left India in 2016 for Malaysia, where he was conceded lasting residency. He is needed in India for professedly subsidizing fear related exercises and giving contempt talks.
“For whatever length of time that he isn’t making any issue, we won’t oust him since he has been given lasting residency status,” Mahathir was cited as saying by AFP.
A decision party strategist has forcefully safeguarded the administration’s choice not to expel the questionable Muslim minister. PPBM safeguarded PM Mahathir’s choice not to extradite Naik to Naik, saying doing as such would be much the same as expelling Uighur Muslims to China. PPBM strategist Rais Hussin said he by and by could see no wrong in Naik’s exercises and addresses.
India has made a formal demand for the removal of Naik. India’s Ministry of External Affairs said Thursday the nation’s demand is under ‘dynamic thought’.
GOI Reacted & Naik Denied The Reports
MoS Home Hansraj Ahir reacted to the Malaysian PM’s announcement saying Naik won’t be saved. He told ANI, “Perhaps not presently but rather inevitably he will be captured and conveyed to justice, he won’t be saved.”
Not long ago, Naik denied reports that he was coming back to India, calling them “absolutely ridiculous and false”. In an announcement, he stated, “The news of my coming to India is absolutely unjustifiable and false. I have no plans to come to India till I don’t feel safe from out of line indictment. Insha Allah when I feel that the administration will be simple and reasonable, I will doubtlessly come back to my country.”