BORIS Johnson has sent off a high level test into claims a Tory serve was terminated for being Muslim.
The PM has requested the Cabinet Office to investigate the tormenting charges made by Nusrat Ghani.
Boris Johnson has requested a test into claims that Tory MP Nusrat Ghani was terminated for being Muslim
Boris Johnson has requested a test into claims that Tory MP Nusrat Ghani was terminated for being MuslimCredit: PAThe MP said a whip told her that partners were ‘awkward’ with her being a female Muslim priest
The MP guaranteed a whip told her that partners were awkward with her being a female Muslim clergyman.
Furthermore she was cautioned if she griped her vocation and notoriety could be obliterated.
Bringing down Street demanded the PM had addressed Ms Ghani at the time in summer 2020 with regards to her concerns and advised her to enlist a proper objection however she had not done as such.
- A No 10 representative said today: The Prime Minister has requested that the Cabinet Office direct an investigation into the charges made by Nusrat Ghani MP.
- At the time these claims were first made, the Prime Minister prescribed to her that she cause a formal to gripe to CCHQ. She didn’t take up this proposition.
- The Prime Minister has now requested that authorities set up current realities concerning what occurred.
As he said at that point, the Prime Minister treats these cases exceptionally in a serious way.
Ms Ghani, who addressed whips subsequent to being moved from her vehicle serve work, said yesterday that not a day has gone by without contemplating everything I was said.
Boss Whip Mark Spencer announced he was the person who had conversed with her – however he denied her allegations and called them slanderous.
He demanded: I have never utilized those words ascribed to me. It is baffling that, when this issue was raised previously, Ms Ghani declined to allude the make a difference to the Party for a proper examination.
Toward the beginning of today training secretary Nadhim Zahawi said the cases will be totally examined.