The Supreme Court today accused former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma of stoking tensions with her comments on the Prophet Muhammad, saying ‘she and her cowardly tongue set the country on fire’ .
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In unusually strong remarks, the court said he should apologize to the country. “The way she stirred emotions across the country. This lady is solely responsible for what is happening in the country,” the judges said. Nupur Sharma’s offensive remarks during a televised debate earlier this month sparked massive protests in India, with several Gulf states calling for stern reprimands from Indian diplomats. On Tuesday, a Udaipur tailor who had backed Nupur Sharma in a social media post was murdered on camera by two men who claimed to “avenge an insult on Islam.”
“He Actually, he’s got his tongue and he made all sorts of irresponsible statements on TV and set the whole country on fire. However, she claims to be a lawyer with 10 years of experience … She should have immediately apologized for her “countrywide” comments, the court said, rejecting Nupur Sharma’s petition to join police complaints filed against her. across the country in one. . Ignite the country: Supreme Court accuses former BJP spokesman Nupur Sharma
The Supreme Court today accused the suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma of her comments on the Prophet Mohammed. The court said that only Nupur is responsible for what is happening in this country now. The court also said she “threatened the security of the country.” See the five major Supreme Court citations on Nupur Sharma, where comments on the Prophet Muhammad caused extensive controversy.
“Must apologize to the country”: SC criticizes Nupur Sharma for a controversial statement about the Prophet
“What if she was a party spokeswoman? Does he think he has the power behind him and can express any opinion without respecting the law of the land?
The judges added: These words are very disturbing and smack of pride, what is the duty of one who utters such words, these words have led to unfortunate incidents in the country… These people are not religious, they do not don’t respect others. religions. These words are spoken for cheap propaganda or political agenda or other nefarious activities.”
His lawyer replied that he was only answering the host’s question during a televised debate. When the lawyer stressed the citizens’ right to speak, the judges mockingly replied: “In a democracy everyone has the right to speak. In a democracy, grass has the right to grow and the donkey has the right to eat. “.