Muslim Delegation Files Police Complaint Against Nupur Sharma In Maharashtra

Ms Sharma has already been summoned by the Mumbra police in Thane to record her statement before the investigating officer on June 22.

A Muslim community delegation has filed a complaint with the Thane police against suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma, demanding that an FIR be registered against her over her objectionable remarks against Prophet Muhammad, an official said on Thursday.
A delegation of the All India Progressive Muslim Welfare Committee on Tuesday submitted the complaint against Ms Sharma at the Ambernath police station in Maharashtra’s Thane district adjoining Mumbai, he said.

So far, the police have not registered an FIR, and are conducting an enquiry into the complaint after which further course of action will be decided, the official said.

Ms Sharma has already been summoned by the Mumbra police in Thane to record her statement before the investigating officer on June 22.

The Pydhonie police in Mumbai had also registered an FIR against her on May 28 for her objectionable remarks.

The BJP had on Sunday suspended Nupur Sharma and expelled its Delhi unit media head Naveen Kumar Jindal after a row over their alleged derogatory remarks against Prophet Muhammad escalated with protests from several countries. Ms Sharma’s comments, made in a TV debate recently, and Mr Jindal’s now-deleted tweets sparked a Twitter trend calling for a boycott of Indian products in some Arab countries.

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