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“Should apologize to the nation”: Supreme Court refuses to grant relief to suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma

Supreme Court says her outburst is responsible for the unfortunate incident at Udaipur, where a tailor was murdered

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New Delhi: Suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma has moved to the apex court seeking the transfer of all the FIRs registered against her, across several states over her controversial remark, to Delhi for investigation.

Sharma claims she is constantly facing life threats from the extremists.

According to news agency ANI, the Supreme Court during the hearing slammed Nupur Sharma and said that she should apologise to the whole country. SC further said that she and her loose tongue has set the entire country on fire.

SC also added that her outburst is responsible for the unfortunate incident at Udaipur, where a tailor was brutally murdered.

Senior advocate Maninder Singh, who is appearing for Sharma tells the court that she has already apologized for her remarks and have withdrew her comments.

On this, the court said that Sharma was too late to withdraw her remarks.

As Singh made the court aware of life threats to Sharma, Justice Surya Kant said, “she has threat or she has become a security threat? The way she has ignited emotions across the country, she is single-handedly responsible for what is happening in the country”.

The top court has refused to grant relief to former BJP Nupur Sharma by transferring all FIRs registered against her to Delhi. Sharma has withdrawn her plea from the Supreme Court.

Rejecting the plea, Justice Kant stated, “When you lodge a complaint against someone, that person is arrested but nobody dares to touch you that shows your clout”.

 

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