Ex-Assam Minister Ataur Rahman Mazarbhuiya filed a First Data Report (FIR) towards Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal | ANI

With growing pressure over now-suspended BJP leaders- Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar Jindal’s controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammed, former Assam Minister Ataur Rahman Mazarbhuiya has filed a First Data Report (FIR) towards the 2 for allegedly ‘hurting the non secular sentiments of his neighborhood’.

The FIR has been registered in Katigorah police station on Tuesday. The previous MLA has requested the police to file a case underneath stringent sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) towards the politicians.

Hindustan Instances quoted Mazarbhuiya saying, “These two individuals have deliberately harm the feelings of a piece of the society and agency motion needs to be taken towards them as per present legislation of the nation.”

The Congress chief has additionally appealed to all sections to not take pleasure in any sort of violence whereas they’re protesting towards Sharma and Jindal. He stated that they imagine in ‘legislation and may respect it’.

Nupur Sharma suspended from BJP

The saffron get together suspended its nationwide spokesperson Nupur Sharma by a notification. Om Pathak, Member Secretary of Central Disciplinary Committee had knowledgeable, “I’ve been directed to convey to you that pending additional inquriry, you’re suspended from the get together and from the tasks/ assignments if any with rapid impact.”

Many states and Center East international locations witnessed violent clashes within the wake of the inflammatory remarks. Sharma’s effigies had been additionally burnt in Assam’s Cachar district a number of days in the past. Contemplating the escalating scenario, the state administration had imposed Part 144 of the CrPC in all districts of Barak valley.

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