A group of Indian Sunni scholars slammed Wahhabism, saying it as a part of Saudi Arabia’s policies which have nothing to do with Islam.
A group of Indian Barelvi Sunni clerics attending counter-terrorism conference in the capital New Delhi issued a statement denouncing the ideologies of Wahhabism and Saudi Arabia as the main fund for this deviant group.
During this conference, the Sunni clerics demanded that the Indian government sack all Wahhabi “agents” from government positions.
The Barelvi scholars in this conference warned against expansion of extremism among Muslims saying that the deviant sect is fed by Saudi and Qatari petrodollars.
They also warned against the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group, which is active in India, under different titles and the conferences that they have held in the country have publicized their presence and have assured their supporters in Saudi Arabia and Qatar of their stance as well as efforts in line with interests of their backers in the Arab states.