Will Not Surprise If Nupur Sharma Contest Lok Sabha Elections: Asaduddin Owaisi

Hyderabad, Jan 9 (Maxim News) All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Musilmeen (AIMIM) President and Hyderabad Mp Asaduddin Owaisi said that he will not be surprised if suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma contests the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

In an interaction on the electronic media, Asaduddin Owais cast aspersion on the BJP’s action against Nupur and said “She will definitely come back and fight elections for BJP” “BJP will definitely use her, I will not be surprised if she is made a candidate from Delhi in the Lok Sabha elections.

Investigators believe that Kolhe was killed in retaliation for the social media post supporting Nupur. Kolhe had supported the statements made in May by Nupur Sharma on the Prophet. On June 21, 2022, Kolhe was killed in Amravati, Maharashtra by two motorcycle-borne men slitting his throat. In a separate incident, a shopkeeper was beheaded by two men in Rajasthan’s Udaipur for backing Nupur Sharma’s remarks.

“Incidents like the Udaipur beheading should be condemned. I am against slogans like “Sar Tan Se Juda”. I openly condemn it. Such a statement instigates violence. I am against violence, “Owaisi stated. He questioned how many days Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government took to react to Sharma’s statements. “It is not the first time Nupur Sharma has come on a television channel. She made controversial remarks on a Hindi news channel before as well. I am against the threats used against her, Owaisi stated as he made it clear. “whatever she said is absolutely wrong.”

“She did not apologize, there is no clear-cut apology. Instead, there is a video, where she said that Amit Shah gave her confidence by saying “We are with you” and she took the names of BJP leaders, he stated. “There is a bounty on her head by an International group. I Condemn this bounty. BJP will not remove her, I can say it on record, said Owaisi. (Maxim News)

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