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Suspended spokesperson Nupur Sharma from BJP has increased difficulties! Kolkata Police issued lookout notice

Kolkata Police on Saturday issued a lookout discover towards suspended Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Nupur Sharma for making controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad.

A senior Kolkata Police official stated that Nupur Sharma didn’t seem regardless of two notices being despatched for questioning, as a consequence of which a lookout discover has been issued towards her. Up to now that is the primary lookout discover issued towards Sharma on this case.

Earlier, the Narkeldanga Police Station, the Japanese Suburban Division of Kolkata Police, had additionally summoned Nupur Sharma to look on the police station for questioning on June 20. Subsequently, the Amherst Avenue Police Station of the Northern and Northern Suburban Division additionally summoned him to look for questioning on June 25.

Each instances Nupur Sharma despatched an e mail reply to Kolkata Police stating that she wanted some extra time to look and expressed her lack of ability to come back. She additionally stated that if she got here to Kolkata, it might put her security in danger.

Kolkata Police stated that 10 instances have been registered towards Nupur Sharma by completely different folks in several police stations. A decision to sentence Nupur Sharma’s assertion has been handed within the West Bengal Meeting.

After Nupur Sharma’s assertion, pressure prevailed in Muslim-dominated areas of Kolkata, Howrah, Murshidabad and Nadia.

Clashes additionally broke out between protesters and police in Howrah district, during which a number of policemen had been injured. The protesters torched police autos. Web providers had been suspended in lots of areas.

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