Srinagar – The state cabinet which met here today with chief minister, Omar Abdullah, in chair, condemned the production and telecast of blasphemous film on Holy Prophet (pbuh) describing it as an attempt to hurt the sentiments of people and disturb international peace and détente.
Sharing the sentiments and concern of the state people over the film released by an extremist and made available on net, the cabinet observed the act as provocative, unethical and against the religious and human sentiments.
The cabinet observed the fringe elements behind this anti-Islamic blasphemous work possess only motive to draw a wedge between different sections of the society and create hatred. People should see through the designs of such elements and remain calm while expressing their anger, it maintained.
Showing serious concern over such attempts by vested interests, the chief minister said that such acts should be denounced and condemned by all. He said his government had taken up the matter at the highest level at the centre to bring the perpetrators to justice. Observer News Service
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