Amid international condemnation over suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma's controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammed, actress Kangana Ranaut on Tuesday backed her, saying she had "every right to put her say before everyone". ''
Sharma was on Sunday suspended by the BJP and delhi unit media chief Naveen Kumar Jindal was expelled from the party after the fight over opposition from some Muslim countries over his alleged derogatory remarks on prophet Mohammad escalated.
Ranaut has also criticised Sharma for threatening to kill him. He has told people that if he is angry with the comments he made in the middle of a TV debate about 10 days ago then they can take the legal route.
The actress posted on her Instagram account, "Nupur has every right to put her point across in front of everyone but has also threatened her for it. When Hindu deities are also being insulted, we approach the court for justice and these should be for all. Try to think of yourself as a don. ''
Ranaut wrote, "This is not Afghanistan. Let me remind those who have forgotten that we have a good government, which has been elected by a democratic system. Ranaut's statement came hours after the Delhi Police provided security to Sharma and his family. Sharma had said that he was receiving death threats.