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BJP’s Nupur Sharma Gets ‘Preventive’ Security After Death Threats Case


Police registered a case after Nupur Sharma mentioned in a grievance that she is receiving demise threats

Nupur Sharma, the BJP chief suspended amid outrage over her feedback on Prophet Muhammad, has been given safety after she complained to the Delhi Police about demise threats.

Security has been given to Nupur Sharma as a “preventive measure”, the police mentioned.

“Sharma and her family have been provided police security after she alleged that she has been receiving threats and was being harassed over her remarks,” an official mentioned, in line with information company PTI.

The police mentioned on May 28, its cyber cell unit obtained a grievance from Nupur Sharma towards numerous individuals about “death threats and targeted hatred”.

An FIR was registered itemizing prices like felony intimidation.

“During the probe, another complaint was received from Nupur Sharma against certain persons promoting enmity,” the officer mentioned.

“Notices have been sent to Twitter Inc. and a reply from it is awaited. Investigation into the case is underway,” added the officer quoted by PTI.

Nupur Sharma was suspended by the BJP over her feedback on the Prophet throughout a TV debate 10 days in the past, which have drawn livid reactions and official protests from no less than 15 nations, together with Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, the UAE, Iran, Jordan, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Maldives, Libya and Indonesia.

Several Gulf nations summoned Indian envoys and expressed condemnation over what they referred to as anti-Islamic statements by BJP spokespersons.

Nupur Sharma withdrew her assertion “unconditionally” and claimed she was reacting to “continuous insult and disrespect towards our Mahadev (Lord Shiva)”.

The authorities, trying to defuse the anger, instructed the nations that the feedback mirrored views of “fringe elements”.

The BJP, suspending Nupur Sharma and expelling one other chief, Naveen Jindal, over their feedback on Prophet Muhammad, mentioned it’s “strongly against any ideology which insults or demeans any sect or religion” and “does not promote such people or philosophy”.

As outrage spiraled and the disaster snowballed, she posted tweets urging the media to not make her deal with public, saying her household confronted a safety menace.

The BJP’s suspension letter to her, which was posted on-line by many Twitter handles, had her residence deal with.

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