Case registered against BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma in Maharashtra, accused of making controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad
A case has been registered against Bharatiya Janata Party's national spokesperson Nupur Sharma in Maharashtra. He is accused of making controversial remarks against the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad. He reportedly made objectionable remarks against Prophet Mohammad on the national channel. After this, a complaint has been registered against him on the complaint of Sunni Barelvi organization Raza Academy. Police said that a case has been registered against Nupur Sharma for hurting religious sentiments, spreading hatred, and making remarks against other religions.
Actually, Nupur Sharma had come to participate in the debate on a private TV channel. This debate was on Gyanvapi Masjid of Varanasi. It is alleged that during this time he made controversial remarks against the Prophet Mohammad of Islam. Since then there is a demand for action against him. In fact, during the debate, Nupur Sharma reportedly said that if people are constantly making fun of the Hindu faith, then she can also do the same about Islam. After this, he allegedly mentioned an incident related to Prophet Mohammad in a funny way. The video of his statement went viral on social media.
I am getting rape and death threats
Following this remark, the BJP's national spokesperson claimed that she and her family were receiving threats of death and rape. Nupur informed the Delhi Police through Twitter about the threatening messages she was receiving. He said that through social media, threats of beheading have also been received against me and my family members.
Who is Nupur Sharma
BJP leader Nupur Sharma came into the limelight after contesting against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. She was a BJP candidate in the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections. Presently she is a member of the State Executive Committee of BJP Delhi. She has also been the President of the Delhi University Students' Union. She was the only candidate from AVBP to win the student union elections in 2008.