Sisupalan Durgadas, removed from duties as regional coordinator of Malayalam Mission Qatar chapter for making anti-Muslim remarks at Hindu Maha Sammelan in Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram, was terminated from his job in Qatar for making spiteful comments against Muslims.
Tim Morphy, the regional director of Narang Projects Qatar, announced the company’s decision to fire him on the basis of complaints raised against him through email. Durgadas worked as a Senior Accountant in the company.
He made malicious remarks against the Muslim community and hurt sentiments of the nurses in Qatar. Speaking to a large audience gathered at Thiruvananthapuram, Das alleged that nurses from Kerala were recruited as sex-slaves to Gulf countries for militants.
A strict action has been demanded by various organisations including Unique, a nursing organization in Qatar against the polarizing speech of Das and sent complaints to the Chief Minister and DGP of Kerala.
Days after his Islamophobic and sexist comments went viral on social media, Das was fired from Malayalam Mission on May 5, which is an initiative of the Cultural Department of the Government of Kerala.
The termination letter signed by Murukan Kattakkada, Director of Malaylam Mission said, “The remark (made by Das) violates the dignity of a community of women going abroad for the sake of jobs,” according to Maktoob Media.
At the 10th Ananthapuri Hindu Maha Sammelan (Kerala Hindu conclave) in Thiruvananthapuram, povocative hate speeches against Muslims were made at where state Governor Arif Mohammad Khan delivered inaugural address. The speakers had called upon the Hindus to boycott businesses of the Muslim.
Director of “The Kashmir Files,” Vivek Agnihotri was the chief guest at the event, also attended by former Mizoram Governor and BJP leader Kummanam Rajesekharan as the patron.
Speakers of the event include, Union minister V Muraleedharan, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh leaders J Nandakumar and Valsan Thillankeri and Vishva Hindu Parishad state president Viji Thampi.