The Kolkata Police issued a lookout notice for suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma. She failed to appear before its officers for the fourth time in a row over her controversial remarks on the Prophet; which triggered widespread violence in West Bengal.
According to a senior officer of the Kolkata police; Sharma skipped summons issued by officers of Amherst Street and Narkeldanga police stations. A lookout notice has been issued after she failed to appear before officers despite being summoned several times. She was summoned by each of the two police stations twice. Amherst Street and Narkeldanga police stations had separately summoned Nupur Sharma. After FIRs were lodged against her last month.
The Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) demanded the immediate arrest of suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma.
The Jamaat-e-Islami Hind (JIH) demanded the immediate arrest of suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma. Which is over her alleged controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammed. JIH president Husaini said if they can replace the punishment, then there is no need for courts and prisons in the country. The JIH also demanded action against the politicians. TV channels and media houses that are fanning hatred in the country. However, the apex court in an oral observation suggested that suspended BJP spokesperson Sharma should apologize to the nation. The JIH leaders said that the Udaipur murder and a series of mob lynching incidents in different parts of the country. Including the beating to death of an elderly Hindu on the basis of mistaken identity in Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh recently. All are interlinked and politicians and media involved in spreading hate were responsible for it