New Delhi(ANI): BJP leader Subramanian Swamy hit out at the Dalai Lama for his remarks about the Bihar Elections result. Swamy claimed that his statements were uncalled for
The Tibetan spiritual leader had said that the Bihar Results showed that a majority of Hindus believed in peace and amity. He said: “India has a long tradition of peace and amity. The people of Bihar in the recent Assembly polls have proved that a large section of the Hindu community still believes in peace and amity,”
“It is because of this amity that India is known worldwide as a country of religious tolerance. All religions and individuals are given equal respect here. Religious tolerance not only means respecting all religions but also the people. Buddhism too started in this nation and because of this, India is the guru and all Buddhists are students,” he said.
Asked about terrorism, the Tibetan spiritual leader said, “First we must create an atmosphere of peace and it should be initiated from one’s own home. Encouraging religious tolerance is the need of the hour and should be done through schools and universities.”