Islamic terror group Taliban made this demand by sharing a picture of Nupur Sharma

Kabul: The Islamic terrorist organization Taliban has been in the news day by day. In the eyes of the Taliban, there is no respect for another religion and it has committed slaughter in the name of religion. Now the Taliban is interfering in India's case. In fact, the Taliban has said about Nupur Sharma's controversial statement on the Prophet, "She should not get forgiveness.'' The Taliban has backed the Indian Supreme Court's statement that "Nupur Sharma's controversial statement has ignited a fire in India."

In fact, the Supreme Court, while criticizing Nupur Sharma's statement, had also dismissed the petition in which he had filed a petition for the transfer of all cases to Delhi. At the same time, the Taliban has now said that it agrees with the Indian Supreme Court that Nupur Sharma's statement has ignited the fire in India. At the same time, the Taliban has further said that 'Nupur Sharma should not get forgiveness for insulting the Prophet'. Justice Surya Kant of the Supreme Court of India had said that Nupur Sharma's 'loose tongue' has created all the trouble and she should apologise to the nation for her actions. However, many people say that after the supreme court's strong remarks, it seems that under the guise of that comment, an attempt is being made to defend the accused involved in the Udaipur Kanhaiyalal murder case.

At the same time, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah has also issued a statement in this regard. In a tweet posted in Urdu, Zabiyullah said, "The Supreme Court of India has said that Nupur Sharma and her loose tongue have set the entire country on fire, and it should apologise for her remarks on the Prophet of Islam.'' Apart from this, the Taliban spokesman also demanded that Nupur Sharma should not be pardoned and that she should be hanged. The Taliban also used a hashtag with it, which means the blasphemy envoy was rejected.

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