Muslims in India: BJP Controversial Post on Twitter.

Social media platform Twitter has removed a controversial cartoon posted from the official accounts of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in India following a "violation of the law".

Muslims in India: BJP Controversial Post on Twitter.

Social media platform Twitter has removed a controversial cartoon posted from the official accounts of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in India following a "violation of the law".

The cartoon was posted by BJP Gujarat praising the judiciary for executing 38 Muslim perpetrators of a series of bomb blasts in the Indian state of Ahmedabad 14 years ago (2008).

The controversial cartoon, posted from Gujarat BJP's official Twitter handle @ BJP4Gujarat, showed people wearing hats and beards being hanged with the caption 'satyamev jayate' meaning truth wins in the end and 'terror' Terrorists will not be forgiven.

It may be recalled that on February 18, an Indian court had convicted the accused in the bomb blasts in the state of Gujarat. All 49 convicts in the case are Muslims, of whom 38 have been sentenced to death and 11 to life in prison. The 2008 bombings killed 57 people and injured hundreds.

The post received strong reactions from all over the world, including India and Pakistan, and people from all over the world reported it on Twitter, after which Twitter had to remove the post, while the Gujarat BJP also posted the post on Instagram and Facebook. does not exist.

Indian journalist Rana Ayyub wrote while tagging US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris that this is the Twitter handle of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party BJP. The United States and other "democratic" countries are responsible for promoting Modi and his anti-Muslim sentiments. he also added. "Your silence is causing injustice to all of us," 

"Muslims in India are being treated like Jews in Nazi Germany"

Some have compared the government's recent treatment of Muslims in India to that of Jews in Nazi Germany.

Asaduddin Owaisi, a Member of Parliament from Hyderabad in India and a Muslim leader, also wrote while posting the two cartoons: “These cartoons were used for the genocide of Jews in Germany. We do not expect any improvement from the BJP, but should we assume that it attracts BJP voters?

Ian Wolford from Australia also wrote criticizing the BJP. You know very well what message you are sending. Being the official account of the BJP party in Gujarat, you are sending a message of genocide to your 1.5 million followers.

He described it as "shocking" and wrote, "You have done something wrong and should be condemned all over the world."

There has been a strong reaction to this tweet in Pakistan as well.

Journalist Hamid Mir tweeted that the extremist ruling party is determined to hang all Muslims while the Muslims of Pakistan are after each other's lives and the authorities here have come up with new tactics to kill dissenting voices.

Sana Saeed wrote, “Gujarat BJP has shared this picture on its platforms advocating the killing of Muslims at the hands of mobs. The BJP is the ruling party of India, Gujarat being the same state where Muslims were massacred in 2002 during Modi's rule. Nazism is growing in India with the connivance of the United States.

Various Indian users on Facebook reacted to the post as regrettable and asked the rest of the users to report it. Defending the issue, pro-BJP users wrote that "the BJP seems to be the only political party that cares about the country instead of the votes. Users commenting on the BJP's social media post described it as increasing the dangers against Muslims in the current situation, but there were also many who felt it was the cause of the increase in hatred.

During the discussion on social media, people from different walks of life expressed concern over the attitude of the Indian ruling party and took a stand that such voices could not be heard from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Gujarat area.