Uproar continues in Bengal over Prophet Muhammad controversy
Uproar continues in Bengal over Prophet Muhammad controversy

In West Bengal, protests against Nupur Sharma continue. In fact, here in Murshidabad, hundreds of people are trying to jam the state highway in the Barwa police station area, although the police managed to free the highway. On the other hand, it is being said that there has also been a scuffle between the protesters and the police. Yes, the Bengal Police have arrested a Bengal BJP leader in the Belda area of West Midnapore for his objectionable Facebook post. It is being told that BJP leader from Belda area Chandan Jana had commented on Facebook on the Nupur Sharma controversy.

In fact, the West Bengal Police has refused to allow BJP leader Subhendu Adhikari to go to Howrah district in the wake of Friday's violence. The Kanthi police station wrote to the officer that the police had information that Shubhendu was likely to go to Howrah. "Since Section 144 is in force in the district and the Calcutta High Court has also mentioned about your security arrangements, you are advised not to go there. "

Sources said that the police are investigating the involvement of external elements in the violent protests in Ranchi last Friday. Sources said that a week ago, 12 people from Saharanpur reached Ranchi and discussed Nupur Sharma's statement on Prophet Muhammad with Muslim youths. These people allegedly tasked the youth to prepare a road map of the protest.

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