Prophet’s Note: Delhi Police Cyber ​​Cell Interviews Nupur Sharma, Likely to Question Him Again | Delhi News

Nupur Sharma, suspended BJP spokesperson

NEW DELHI: Delhi PoliceCyber ​​cell reportedly questioned former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma about his controversial remarks on Prophet Muhammad during a televised debate. She was asked a dozen questions and is likely to be questioned again, sources said.
According to officials familiar with the developments, Sharma received a notice under Section 41A of the CrPC to join the investigation on June 18. Sharma then appeared before the police and answered their questions. He was asked to submit documents relating to his responses, sources said.
Cybercell filed an FIR on June 8 against Sharma for his alleged remarks. Police had filed another FIR against some people who allegedly engaged in hate propaganda and spreading discord on social media over the Prophets controversy.
“Delhi Police has registered a case under various provisions against those who spread hate messages, incite various groups and create prejudicial situations in maintaining public tranquility,” a senior officer had said.
According to the police, the FIR against several individuals crosses religions and they will investigate the roles of various social media entities in promoting “false and misleading information with the intention of creating unrest in cyberspace”, and thus, will have physical ramifications. space. The FIR, the officer added, was meant to suppress elements that attempt to compromise and disrupt the social fabric of the country.
Delhi Police also registered an FIR after Sharma alleged she received threatening messages following the controversy. A case of indecent exposure and criminal intimidation was registered at the police station of the special cell. Notices have been sent to Twitter Inc and a response is awaited.
Sharma was expelled from the BJP after the party walked away from her remarks. She has been on security cover since the incident. The global terror group al-Qaeda also threatened that its mujahideen would blow themselves up in several cities to protest the comment.


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