OIC expresses deep concerns over India’s Citizenship law and Babri Masjid case

Makkah – The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) expressed deep concerns over India’s new controversial Citizenship law (CAB) that bars Muslims from getting citizenship and also the Babri Masjid court case, stating that India should uphold obligations under international laws.

Dr. Yousef bin Ahmed al-Othaimeen, the general secretary of OIC has been following the recent developments affecting Muslim minority of India.

He also expressed concerns over the recent developments pertaining to both the issue of citizenship rights and the Babri masjid case, the official tweet of OIC stated.

In another tweet, the Dr. Al-Othaimeen reiterated OIC’s call to ensure the safety of the Muslim minority and the protection of Islamic holy places in India, explicitly mentioning Babri Masjid.

OIC was founded in 1969 which consists of 57 countries among which 53 are Muslim majority countries.

The motto of the organization is to collectively voice the issues of the Muslim world and to work to safeguard and protect the interests of the Muslim world “in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony”, it’s official website states.