Guwahati: The Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) on Friday filed an FIR towards suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma, and Naveen Kumar Jindal, for his or her controversial remarks on Prophet Muhammad.

The APCC in its FIR lodged at Bhangagarh police station in Guwahati mentioned that the 2 leaders’ statements weren’t solely derogatory however have additionally maligned the picture of Indian civilization and have affected the nation’s age-old unity and integrity amidst range.

APCC senior spokesperson Romen Chandra Borthakur mentioned, “Such statements at all times adversely and negatively affect our society and it’s thought-about a prison offence. So, motion could also be taken towards the above-mentioned individuals as per the IPC and exemplary punishment needs to be given to them. In any other case, this will invite undesirable circumstances sooner or later.”

BJP on June 5 suspended Sharma and expelled its Delhi unit media head Naveen Kumar Jindal because the row over their alleged derogatory remarks towards Prophet Mohammad escalated with protests from some Muslim nations.  

Delhi Police had supplied safety to Sharma and her household after an FIR was registered on a grievance that she was getting loss of life threats over her controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad.

She had requested the police to supply safety citing harassment and threats she had been receiving.

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