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C J Rabheru, President - NCGO, WASP, Repton Avenue, Sudbury, Wembley, Middx HA0 3DW, UK
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Rt.Hon. Sajid Javid MP
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government
2 Marsham Street
London SW1P 4DF
16th January 2017
Dear Hon Mr. Sajid Javid MP,
Re: Complaints about BBC TV
On behalf of Hindu Communities of UK and as President of largest Hindu Organisation, National Congress of Gujarati Organisations representing 860,000 Hindus, I make a strong protest about Hindu Religion being maligned on BBC TV Serial called “Citizen Khan” which was screened on Xmas Day, 25th December 2016.
Derogatory remarks were made by so called Mr. Khan rubbishing Hindus and Hindu Religion. These remarks have offended Hindus of United Kingdom and Hindus Worldwide. Hindu Community’s sentiments are hurt by such remarks which in today’s Multi Cultural and Multi Faith cannot be allowed.
Hindus are law abiding community but such remark incites our youth to resort to violence. We cannot control our Youth any longer, if our Youth resorts to aggression I am sure we as Society are to be blamed.
Hon. Mr. Javid it is your moral duty and obligation to reprimand BBC and make BBC accountable. Hindus of UK expects Written and Press Apology from BBC and give Hindu Community an assurance that BBC will never indulge in such offensive remarks to Hindu Religion or to other Religions. We also seek Air Time to express our grievances to the Nation, which BBC is morally obliged to give us.
Hindu Community are expecting speedy action by the Government hence I await your response to what action will you take against BBC and assure Hindus of United Kingdom that the Government will act against BBC.
C J Rabheru
President – NCGO cc to: BBC, Hindu Organisation and PM of India, PM Theresa May