BJP suspends Nupur Sharma from the primary membership of the party for making controversial remarks against Prophet Mohammad on the Times Now channel. Along with this, a decision has been taken to expel Naveen Jindal from the party.
Let us tell you that Nupur Sharma had made extremely objectionable remarks against Prophet Mohammad in a debate program, after which BJP had issued a circular saying that this was Nupur Sharma’s personal statement, that BJP has nothing to do with it. There was an atmosphere of anger in the entire Muslim community due to this statement. In Kanpur, violence erupted after this statement.
Now BJP has removed Nupur Sharma from the party.
Outrage in Arab Countries, Started #BoycottIndia Trend
As soon as BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma made objectionable remarks on Prophet Mohammad, protests against India started in Arab countries. Indian goods began to be removed from many stores.
BoycottIndia also started trending in these countries on Twitter. The Grand Mufti of Oman also advised supporting this trend with his Twitter handle and advised against India as well as Prime Minister Modi.
After this, a circular was issued by the BJP saying that BJP does not support such ideology and it has nothing to do with the statement given by Nupur Sharma.
The BJP has taken the step after strong objections from the Arab countries, whereas earlier in India when people opposed this statement, they were threatened with arrest. Many channels supporting BJP openly supported Nupur Sharma.
Alt News’s Mohammad Zubair has been booked for bringing Nupur Sharma’s video in front of the world.
The BJP kept suppressing the protests happening in the country and kept protecting Nupur Sharma. But after pressure from the Arab countries, they distanced themselves from the statement.
Who is Nupur Sharma?
Nupur Sharma attacked and insulted the prophet Muhammad and Holy Quran, during the debate on a national channel. Now social media users demand the arrest of Nupur Sharma.
An advocate by profession and former National spokesman BJP Nupur Sharma contested the 2015 Delhi Assembly elections from the high-profile constituency of New Delhi against the Party’s leading ministerial candidate Aam Aadmi (AAP), Arvind Kejriwal. Sharma lost by more than 31,000 votes.
Born on April 23, 1985, Nupur Sharma graduated in economics from the Hindu College of the University of Delhi (DU). Later, he also did his LLB from DU and earned a Master of Laws from the London School of Economics.
Sharma was active in student politics during his college days. She won the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) elections on an Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) ticket and became its president in 2008. During her tenure as president of DUSU, she was involved in various welfare causes of the campus, such as the installation of CCTV cameras for security. , water purifiers and solar lamps inside the university.
Nupur, a member of the state executive committee of the BJP unit in Delhi, has been a prominent face of the party’s youth wing, Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha. Throughout her political career, she has held various positions within the BJP party administration circuit. She participates in various media debates to represent the views of her party.