"As far as the government of India is concerned, we will not compromise on terrorism at any cost", he added.
Meanwhile, Indian government on Friday said that the speeches of Zakir Naik are being examined.
Criticising Dr Zakir as the root of the problem, Sivarraajh said the Mumbai-based preacher should not provoke other religions and in fact, he should ask followers to respect other religions. He alleged that the RSS and its allied parties are actually frustrated with the popularity of the true Islamic message and they are now finding reasons and excuses to silence the prominent and most accepted voice of Dr Naik and the Peace TV. As per Cable TV Networks Act, the DMs and SPs are empowered to seizure of equipment and stoppage of illegal airing of channels including initiating criminal action against the cable TV operators.
Britain and Canada have banned Naik from visiting the two countries several years ago while Malaysia banned his lectures fearing that they could instigate inter-racial tensions.
BJP that has already targeted Digvijaya Singh for sharing stage with Naik termed the latter as Khalnaik. The politician is seen hugging and praising the cleric. Maharashtra government on Thursday ordered a probe into the speeches by the Muslim televangelist.
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis also directed the Mumbai police commissioner to investigate and submit a report on Naik.
Amid increasing pressure Zakir Naik released a statement, saying he totally disagreed that he inspired the act of killing innocent people in Dhaka.
"There is not a single speech where I have encouraged one to kill another - Muslim or non-Muslim, he said. His speeches, as being reported in the media, are highly objectionable", Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu told reporters in Delhi.
A senior Home Ministry official said that though IRF, registered at Zohra Manzil, SVP Road, Mumbai, claimed it was carrying out activities in education and social sector, allegations were levelled against the organisation that it is, in fact, inspiring people to become jihadis and supporting suicide attacks. "Everyone should take concrete action on this, the entire world should unite together not only to condemn but also to contain terror and this is the need of the hour", he said. Six days later, militants attacked police guarding the largest Eid gathering in Bangladesh and killed three more people.