Prophet Controversy: There was a fierce ruckus in Kuwait over Nupur Sharma’s protest, and the government’s order – Arrest the migrants and send them back to India.

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The Kuwait government has decided to arrest and then deport migrants who took part in a demonstration to protest the controversial remarks made against Prophet Mohammad by BJP spokespersons.

Kuwait (Kuwait government has decided to arrest and expel migrants who took part in a protest against the controversial remarks made against Prophet Mohammad by two BJP functionaries. Such demonstrations are not allowed by the laws of the Gulf country. A news published in the English-language daily newspaper Arab News in Saudi Arabia quoted sources as saying that after Friday prayers, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) arrived from the Fahaheel area. Prophet MuhammadInstructions have been given to arrest the migrants who demonstrated in support of

According to the laws of the country, dharna or demonstration by migrants is prohibited in the Gulf country. Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Rai reported, “The authorities are in the process of arresting him and taking him to the deportation center to be deported back to his country and he will not be allowed to return to Kuwait.” The news does not mention the citizenship of the migrants who participated in the protest.

Kuwait also summoned the Indian envoy on the controversial remarks

The Kuwait government is one of the few countries that had summoned the Indian envoy over the comments of a former BJP functionary. Kuwait’s Foreign Ministry said India’s Ambassador to Kuwait Sibi George was summoned and the Assistant Foreign Minister for Asia Affairs handed him an official protest letter. The ministry welcomed the statement issued by India’s ruling party, in which it announced the suspension of the leaders.

Many Muslim countries have condemned the controversial comments

Significantly, many Muslim countries have condemned the controversial remarks of the former BJP functionary. According to official figures, the number of Indian citizens legally residing in Kuwait exceeded one million in 2019. Every year the number of people in the Indian community in Kuwait is increasing by five-six percent.

Protest in Maharashtra demanding arrest of BJP spokespersons

Muslims took to the streets in Maharashtra’s Aurangabad on Friday demanding action against suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma and his aide Naveen Jindal for alleged controversial remarks about Prophet Mohammad. The demonstration was held in the Delhi Gate area near the Divisional Commissioner’s office in Aurangabad. Addressing the protesters, AIMIM MP Imtiaz Jaleel said, “There is a need to enact a law to punish those who hurt religious sentiments.” We will raise the demand for this through the office of the Divisional Commissioner. We will raise our voice in Parliament about this law in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi or we will hit the streets