The sufferer submitted a written grievance citing 4 names. Two of the
principal accused had been arrested and sent to jail.
An individual from Bihar’s Sitamarhi has alleged that he was stabbed for sharing a video
in support of now-suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma as his WhatsApp status. The
police, however, had firstly denied such a link and, on the premise of local input, stated that the
person was stabbed on the nighttime of July 15 after a few arguments whilst a group of people
were under the impact of a few “local tobacco.”
Ankit Jha, who’s undergoing medical treatment at a neighborhood nursing home in Darbhanga,
had claimed that a person stabbed him withinside the back while he was looking at Nupur
Sharma’s video that he had additionally uploaded as his WhatsApp status. The subsequent day,
the sufferer submitted a written grievance citing 4 names.
Two of the primary accused had been arrested and sent to jail. “The incident of stabbing
happened on the fifteenth evening under the Nanpur police station after a quarrel between 3 to
4 men over cigarette smoke at a Pan shop. Yesterday afternoon, he has given a statement
withinside the news media linking it to the Nupur Sharma incident. It is being investigated,” Har
Kishore Rai, Superintendent of Police, Sitamarhi, stated after a sparkling FIR was lodged on the
premise of Ankit Jha’s allegation.
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Locals have additionally stated all of the people involved are from close-by villages and had
been acknowledged to each other. The incident occurred whilst they had been smoking
collectively at a roadside pan shop, they stated. Nupur Sharma had caused a big diplomatic
backlash currently together along with her objectionable remarks on Prophet Muhammad
Yesterday, citing “renewed” threats after the Supreme Court’s “sudden and strong criticism” of
her, she once more approached the court to halt her feasible arrest and club 9 instances filed
across India over her comments. Her fresh plea might be heard the next day by the same bench – Justice JB Pardiwala and Justice Surya Kant – that had criticized her on July 1.