Nusrat Ghani, a member of parliament from Britain’s Conservative Party, has claimed that his Muslim faith “caused unrest for his fellow MPs”.
According to the British newspaper Daily Mail, Nusrat Ghani told The Times in response to a question when asked why he was removed from the ministry.
It should be noted that Nusrat Ghani was removed from the post of Transport Minister in February 2020. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
Conservative chief whip Mark Spencer, on the other hand, called the allegations “baseless and damaging to reputation.”
Nusrat Ghani, 49, told The Times that he felt “extremely weak and humiliated” at the time.
“It was as if someone had punched me in the stomach.”
Conservative chief whip Mark Spencer responded to the allegations on Twitter, giving the impression that Nusrat Ghani was the same person he was accusing.
Mark Spencer said he had “never used such words.”
Nusrat Ghani was the first Muslim woman to be elected to parliament by the Conservative Party in 2015. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
Nusrat Ghani also said that she was told that she was not “loyal” to the party as she was not defending the allegations of Islamophobia against the party.