New Delhi: MNS president Raj Thackeray slammed AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi concerning the Nupur Sharma feedback row. He mentioned when Nupur Sharma’s remarks had been criticized, others had been requested to apologize on her behalf. However, he mentioned when Owaisi spoke about Hindu gods in public speeches, others didn’t apologise. He additionally requested if the international locations protesting in opposition to the remarks of the suspended BJP chief had apologized for commenting on Hindu deities.
In an interview with Zee 24 Taas, Raj Thackeray mentioned in Marathi, “Nupur Sharma said what she heard from Prophet Mohammad. When Owaisi speaks about our gods here in public speeches, do others apologize? Do the countries protesting apologized?”
He additionally mentioned, “Owaisi said what he wanted about Hindu gods.”
Nupur Sharma feedback row: SC says ‘no coercive motion’ ought to be taken in opposition to her
Supreme Court issued notices to respondents on July 19 and ordered that “no coercive action” ought to be taken in opposition to her. Former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma is searching for a keep on her arrest in reference to the FIRs registered in opposition to her for her alleged hate speech on Prophet Muhammad and Islam.
Sharma requests to membership all FIRs in opposition to her
Sharma sought path to membership all of the FIRs registered in opposition to her throughout the nation. She mentioned that after the High Court’s robust criticism of her, the perimeter parts renewed their risk to her life and in addition threatened to rape her.
Sharma requested the Supreme Court that for the reason that first FIR was registered in opposition to her in Delhi, all FIRs at different locations ought to be lodged with Delhi FIR. On July 1, the Supreme Court got here down closely on Sharma and mentioned that she and “her loose tongue” had set your entire nation on hearth and she or he was single-handedly accountable for what was taking place within the nation.
The FIRs are associated to Sharma’s assertion about Prophet Muhammad throughout a TV information channel debate.