TDN World Desk: On Tuesday allegation surfaced against 25 sitting and Councillors of posing Islamophobia content.

The Guardian confirmed through an exclusive report that,15 sitting and 10 former councilors sent messages on Facebook and Twitter to the party’s headquarters.

The Gurdian claims it has the messages in a dossier obtained by the daily include “calls for mosques to be banned, claims the faith wants to “turn the world Muslim” and refer to its followers as “barbarians” and “the enemy within.”

According to the daily, Under intense pressure Prime Minister Boris Johnson directed an independent investigation into the matter after the inflammatory messages surfaced.

Britain’s Labour Party criticized the Tories for their hatred against Islam. Sharing the story from their party’s official Twitter handle the Labour Party wrote in the caption, ”
25 Conservative Councillors have been exposed for Islamophobia.
Once again, the Tories are showing their true colours. #NastyParty
This sort of vile hatred has no place in our society.”

Sayeeda Warsi, a Conservative member of the House of Lords, said she was “appalled” by some of the comments in the dossier.

“These further divisive and racist comments by elected Conservative councilors are a further indication of the issue of Islamophobia in the party,” she was quoted by Anadolu Agency.

Sayeeda Warsi, a Conservative member of the House of Lords, said she was “appalled” by some of the comments in the dossier.

“These further divisive and racist comments by elected Conservative councilors are a further indication of the issue of Islamophobia in the party,” she said.

“The constant argument made by the party [is] that there isn’t the evidence, yet dossier after dossier has been presented to the party. Now this one exposes a sizeable number of sitting Conservative councilors. These individuals seek to represent the party, and if the party truly believes in rooting out racism, it should start from rooting out those with racist views from the party.

“Sadly, the party has been trying to downgrade, dilute and deflect the issue of Islamophobia.”

Warsi has repeatedly urged the party to launch an investigation into Islamophobia within the Conservative Party.

However, the Conservatives say they take “swift action… on not just anti-Muslim discrimination, but discrimination of any kind”.

A Conservative spokesperson said the individuals named in the dossier had been “suspended immediately, pending investigation”.