Nupur Sharma’s Troubles May Increase, Mumbai Police Reached Delhi to Take Her Into Custody
New Delhi, 17th June 2022: In the case of the controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad, it looks like Nupur Sharma’s troubles might increase. Mumbai Police has reached Delhi to take Nupur into custody. Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil said that he is hopeful that the Delhi Police will help Mumbai Police in this matter.
He said that the state police team is present in Delhi and they can take Nupur Sharma into custody.
According to the information received, the team of the Pydhonie Police of Mumbai has reached Delhi. Nupur Sharma has also been called to Pydhonie Police Station to record her statement on June 25 at 11 am. Mumbai Police has registered a case against suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma based on the complaint of Raza Academy.
Case on Nupur in Mumbra and Thane also
Let us inform you that Nupur Sharma was also summoned by the Mumbra police. The police have asked her to appear on June 22. A teacher named Mohammad Gufran Khan had filed a case against Nupur in Mumbra. Apart from this, a case has also been registered in Thane.
Summon issued by Kolkata Police too
Apart from this, Kolkata Police has also issued summons to Nupur Sharma. She has been asked to appear at Narkeldanga police station on June 20 to record her statement. Trinamool Congress Minority Cell’s General Secretary Abul Sohail had lodged an FIR against her at the Contai police station.
Delhi Police also filed a complaint
At the same time, the Cyber Unit of Delhi Police’s Special Cell had also registered a case against Nupur Sharma. Apart from her, a case was registered against nine people including Naveen Jindal, Shadab Chauhan and Maulana Mufti Nadeem for creating a disturbance in the society.
Know- what is Nupur Sharma controversy case
Nupur Sharma had made a controversial remark on Prophet Mohammad in a TV debate, due to which there was a protest first within the country, then the opposition was also raised by the Gulf countries. Many countries objected to the statement and demanded an apology. However, the BJP first issued a statement saying that it respects all religions. After this, party spokesperson Nupur Sharma was suspended and Delhi media chief Naveen Jindal was expelled from the party.