As a number of states on Friday witnessed protests over controversial remarks on the Prophet, Bangladeshi creator Taslima Nasreen mentioned the Prophet would have been shocked to see the ‘insanity if the Muslim fanatics’.
Bangladeshi creator Taslima Nasreen waded into the continued controversy over remarks made by former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma as she mentioned if Prophet Muhammad was alive immediately, he would have been shocked to see the insanity of the ‘Muslim fanatics’ all over the world. The assertion got here as protests erupted in a number of states on Saturday forcing authorities to droop web companies in some components. “No one is above criticism, no human, no saint, no messiah, no prophet, no god. Critical scrutiny is necessary to make the world a better place,” the Muslim creator who prefers to name herself an atheist mentioned. Day of protests: From Delhi to Ranchi, stir over Prophet remarks rocks India
In wake of the protests following Friday prayers, all web companies had been suspended in Ranchi in Jharkhand and in Howrah in West Bengal. In Uttar Pradesh, individuals pelted stones at police personnel in Prayagraj and Saharanpur whereas Delhi witnessed a large congregation of protesters exterior Jama Masjid. Internet companies had been snapped in Bhaderwah and Kishtwar cities and Srinagar metropolis as a precautionary measure. Mobile Internet was additionally suspended in components of Kashmir.
The Union house ministry requested the police heads of all states and the Union territories to be ready and alert after sporadic incidents of violence had been reported.
As the row began from a tv debate the place then BJP nationwide spokesperson Nupur Sharma took half and made a controversial remark in regards to the Prophet, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Friday appealed to Muslim students to not take part within the debates of tv channels whose ‘goal is barely to ridicule Islam and make enjoyable of Muslims’.
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