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“This Lady has Set Country On Fire”: Supreme Court Slams Nupur Sharma

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Replying to a petition filed in the name of “NV Sharma”, using very strong comments, the supreme court of India has said that she must apologise to the country. The court was hearing a plea by Nupur Sharma to transfer all FIRs filed against her to Delhi.

“The way she has ignited emotions across the country. This lady is single-handedly responsible for what is happening in the country,” said the judges.

The Supreme Court blamed former Nupur Sharma, suspended BJP spokesperson for igniting tension with her comments on Prophet Muhammad and said “she and her loose tongue have set the country on fire”.

“She faces threats or she has become security threat? This lady is single-handedly responsible for what is happening in the country,” Justice Surya Kant said.

When questioned on the “deceptive name” on her petition, her lawyer said she had not used her name because of the threats. The judges snapped: “She faces threats or she has become a security threat?”

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In her petition, she had claimed that the video of her comments was “doctored mischievously” and “shared by anti-social elements”.

Judges also questioned, “When you file FIRs against others, they are immediately arrested but when it’s against you, nobody has dared to touch you?”

“What if she is the spokesperson of a party? She thinks she has back up of power and can make any statement without respect to the law of the land?”

Judges continued with their unusual strong comments: “These remarks are very disturbing and smack of arrogance. What is her business to make such remarks? These remarks have led to unfortunate incidents in the country…These people are not religious. They do not have respect for other religions. These remarks were made for cheap publicity or political agenda or some other nefarious activities.”

Her lawyer tried to justify that she had only responded to a question by the anchor during a TV debate.

“She cannot be put on the pedestal of a journalist. When she goes and lambasts on a TV debate and makes irresponsible statements without thinking of the ramifications and consequences that it will have on the fabric of society,” the Supreme Court told very clearly to her lawyer.

She has withdrawn her petition from the supreme court.

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