Nupur Sharma: Violence in many states before the murder in Rajasthan, know what happened against Nupur Sharma?
In Udaipur, Rajasthan, a man was killed by slitting his throat for supporting Nupur Sharma. The man used to run a sewing shop. It is being told that a few days ago the deceased Kanhaiyalal shared a post on social media. Significantly, this is not the first case of violence over the controversial remarks made by former BJP leader Nupur Sharma on Prophet Mohammed. Even before this, violence took place in many states in protest against his remarks. In this report we will tell you what happened so far in Nupur Sharma case.
The controversy started over the remarks made by Nupur during a TV debate on the Gyanvapi Masjid case in Varanasi. During the debate on May 27, Nupur, as a spokesperson of the BJP, alleged that some people were constantly making fun of Hindu faith. If this is the case then she can also make fun of other religions. During this, Nupur commented on Mohammad Sahab by referring to the Quran. On which the dispute started.
After Nupur’s video went viral, on June 5, BJP suspended Nupur Sharma from primary membership, removing her from all party posts. FIRs have been registered against Nupur at different places. At the same time, Delhi Police has also registered a case regarding the threats being received by Nupur. Delhi Police has also provided them security.
Many Muslim countries of the world have expressed their opposition to Nupur’s alleged controversial remarks. About 15 countries are included in this list. These include Qatar, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Maldives, Oman, Jordan, Bahrain, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Apart from this, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board in India has issued a letter demanding legal action against Nupur.
However, all the countries have been answered by India. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has clearly said that all religions are respected in the country. People of all religions live here and they have got religious freedom. Indian products were withdrawn from their stores in Kuwait.
Al Qaeda threatens terrorist attack
In a threat letter on June 6, the terrorist group Al-Qaeda has said that it will launch suicide attacks in Delhi, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat. Al Qaeda said, ‘We will kill those who insult our prophet.’
Legal action has also started on Nupur Sharma, suspended from BJP. Mumbra police has summoned Nupur Sharma in the case. The police have asked Nupur Sharma to appear on June 22. Cases have been registered against Nupur in Mumbra, Thane and Pydhonie.
FIR against 32 people for making provocative statements
After Nupur Sharma, now Delhi Police has registered two FIRs regarding provocative statements. It has the names of 32 people. The list includes names like AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi, Yeti Narasimhanand, Naveen Jindal, journalist Saba Naqvi, Shadab Chauhan, Maulana Mufti Nadeem, Abdul Rehman, Gulzar Ansari, Anil Kumar Meena, Pooja Shakun.
These people supported the former BJP leader
Many people including Netherlands MP Girt Wilders, Pakistani-origin writer Tariq Fateh, journalist Taha Siddiqui, actress Kangana Ranot, former Gujarat police officer DG Vanzara have spoken in support of Nupur.
Violence in these cities
On June 3, rioters pelted stones after Friday prayers in Kanpur. Six people were injured in this. Violent demonstrations also took place in Prayagraj after Friday prayers on June 10. Here too, the protesters demanding the arrest of Nupur Sharma pelted stones at the police.
Protests were also held in Delhi, UP and West Bengal against provocative remarks by suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma and expelled leader Naveen Jindal from BJP. Let us inform that people protested on the spot in Howrah of the state. Also, after the call of Jama Masjid in Ludhiana, Punjab, there were protests all over Punjab.