Harrow council condemns Blackman politics

Harrow council meeting on 30 November 2017 noted that the Harrow East MP, Bob Blackman, has recently hosted an event at the UK Parliament where the keynote speaker was Mr Tapan Ghosh, who has written articles that are regarded by many in the Harrow community (and elsewhere) as anti-Muslim.
The council rightly resolved that:
To instruct the Chief Executive to write to Bob Blackman MP, condemning the visit of Tapan Ghosh and reaffirming that Harrow is one of the most diverse places in the UK, where hate speech is not tolerated;
To instruct the Chief Executive to write to the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, calling on him to condemn the visit of Tapan Ghosh and to discourage hate speech in public institutions (such as the UK Parliament).’
The Times reported  that Harrow East MP Bob Blackman hosted in parliament an anti-Muslim extremist who has called for the UN to control the birth rate of Muslims, praised the genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Burma, and said Muslims should be forced to leave their religion if they come to a western country.
Bob Blackman, a Conservative member of the communities and local government committee, hosted Tapan Ghosh, an Indian Hindu-nationalist, in the Commons during an event called “Tolerating the Intolerant”.
Mr Blackman’s ongoing divisive politics, playing on sectarian issues, has been consistently condemned