UP CM Yogi Adityanath has directed police authorities to stay vigilant and quench all kinds of anti-social elements that risk the peace and harmony, amid rising violence over the Prophet Mohammed row.
Following the derogatory remarks made by BJP spokesperson, Nupur Sharma, the party's Bhopal MP, Pragya Singh Thakur has backed the Sharma on her comments, after almost a week of her suspension.
Following the former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma's controversial remarks on Prophet Muhammad, a protest broke out outside Delhi's Jama Masjid where people shouted slogans demanding Sharam's arrest.
Asaduddin Owaisi has demanded Nupur Sharma's arrest, saying her remarks against Prophet Mohammed, calls for an arrest and not an apology.
They said the protests were peaceful with no untoward incident being reported from anywhere. Authorities have snapped internet on mobile phones in Srinagar as a precautionary measure to prevent rumor-mongering.
‘The Lady Of Heaven’ is reportedly a film on Prophet Muhammad’s daughter. The screenings for the film have been cancelled by UK Cinema chain Cineworld amid nationwide protests around the film.
West Bengal Governor, Jaideep Dhankar, in his tweets, has expressed concerns over the violence breaking out across the state after the BJP spokesperson's controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammed.
The MEA has, in its latest comments over the Prophet Mohammed row, stated that the comments do not reflect the views of the Indian government at all.
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The Maldives and Indonesia have also condemned the comments on Prophet Mohammed besides West Asian countries.
Over increasing reports of threats to Nupur Sharma and her family, the Delhi Police has provided security to the now-suspended BJP national spokesperson.
Amid demonstrations by Muslim groups and the sharp reaction from countries like Kuwait, Qatar and Iran, the BJP had issued a statement asserting that it...
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In a statement, Jamiat said disciplinary action by BJP was "necessary and timely" for "maintaining law and order in the country".
Saudi Arabia has become the fourth nation to denounce the statement made by Nupur Sharma against the Prophet after Qatar, Iran and Kuwait.
The Indian government said the comments 'do not, in any manner, reflect the views of the Government of India. These are the views of fringe elements'.
Nupur Sharma's comments also reportedly ignited outrage and calls for boycott of Indian products abroad.
The BJP statement follows spokesperson Nupur Sharma's comments but it does not mention any person or incident specifically.
Kanpur Violence: Some local leaders in Kanpur called for closure of shops on Friday in protest against BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma's remarks.