Prophet Controversy: Nupur Sharma again summoned by Kolkata Police today, FIR registered in 10 police stations

New Delhi: Suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma seems to be in trouble for allegedly making controversial remarks on the Prophet of Islam 'Mohammed'. Nupur Sharma has been summoned by Kolkata Police on June 25. Let us tell you that this is the second time that Nupur Sharma has been summoned by Kolkata Police. A case has also been registered against Nupur in other states including Maharashtra.

A West Bengal Police official has informed that an FIR has been registered against Nupur Sharma at Amherst Street Police Station in North Kolkata, after which a fresh summon has been sent to her. He said that due to the alleged controversial statement of Nupur Sharma, violence had erupted at many places in the state, after which a complaint has been lodged against her in 10 police stations of Kolkata. Earlier, Nupur was called to Narkeldanga police station here on June 20. However, Nupur did not reach the police station and had sought four weeks' time to appear. Nupur had feared that if she came to Kolkata now, she might be attacked.

Let us inform that after Nupur Sharma's statement, there were violent protests by the Muslim community in Howrah, Nadia and Murshidabad districts of West Bengal. Let us tell you that this entire controversy started in an ongoing debate on TV regarding the Gyanvapi issue. In which a Muslim expert made indecent and obscene remarks about Shivling, Nupur Sharma could not bear the insult of her adorable Mahadev and gave a statement on the Prophet in retaliation. However, it is also worth noting that controversial remarks were being made on Shivling, but there was no violence anywhere, but threats to behead and rape Nupur Sharma were still given by Muslim fundamentalists. are going

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