Prophet remarks row: NCPCR jumps into action; Owaisi blames Raja Singh for Hyderabad's law and order situation
It said video clips circulating on social media platforms show children raising slogans such as 'sar tan se juda' and demanding that the suspended Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader be 'hanged'.
Pawar was attacked by at least 14 men with a sword, sickle, sticks, and hockey sticks on Thursday evening in front of a medical shop at Akkabai Chowk in Karjat town.
The Pakistani was produced by the police before a local court which sent him to custody till July 24.
A vacation bench of Justices Surya Kant and JB Pardiwala had refused to entertain her plea for clubbing of the FIRs lodged in several states over her remarks.
Sangh considers Indians as one and the outfit is working towards uniting them, RSS’ publicity in-charge Sunil Ambekar said.
The victim, 40-year-old Kanhaiyalal Teli, has a shop near Bhootmahal located in Dhanmandi in Udaipur. He also complained about getting threats for the past several days.
The opposition BJP, meanwhile, staged a walkout from the assembly, shouting slogans against the state government.
Police sources claimed that posters of the 40 accused who were allegedly involved in arson and vandalism during the June 10 protests would be put up across the city.
Stéphane Dujarric, the Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General, said they were against any sort of violence, especially one based on perceived religious differences and hatred.
The report did not mention the nationalities of those expatriates who took part in the demonstration.
It is believed that the party will highlight the Central government’s various schemes for the welfare of Muslims and may promote a prominent Muslim face to a higher level within the organisation.
Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said he is sure that the Prime Minister understood that divisive rhetoric would undermine his own vision for India's development.
The organisation has also decided to issue a 'fatwa' through which it will urge people not to support any kind of violence in connection with Nupur Sharma and her remarks.
On June 10, protests erupted in several parts of India against the controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad, by now-suspended BJP members, leaving two persons dead in Jharkhand.
The countries that have marked their protests now are Indonesia, Maldives, Iraq, Malaysia, Libya, Turkey and Egypt. A total of 15 countries have so far voiced their displeasure.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other countries in the region have condemned the remarks by a spokeswoman for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party, who has since been suspended.
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"The offensive tweets and comments denigrating a religious personality were made by certain individuals. They do not, in any manner, reflect the views of the Government of India," an official said.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran and Kuwait have also condemned the controversial remarks.
While welcoming the measures taken by the BJP to suspend the spokeswoman, the ministry reaffirmed the "Kingdom's position calling for respect for beliefs and religions".