Nupur Sharma gets a big relief from the Supreme Court, there will be no arrest before investigation

Nupur Sharma has got a big relief from the Supreme Court in the matter of making a controversial statement on Prophet Mohammad. A special bench of Judge Suryakant and Judge JB Pardiwala has ordered the transfer of all the cases registered against Nupur to Delhi.

New Delhi: Nupur Sharma has got a big relief from the Supreme Court in the matter of making a controversial statement on Prophet Mohammad. A special bench of Judge Suryakant and Judge JB Pardiwala has ordered transfer of all the cases registered against Nupur to Delhi. Along with this, the court said that all the cases will now be investigated by the Delhi Police. Along with this, the court said that Nupur Sharma will not be arrested till the investigation of the case is completed.


The Supreme Court, while hearing the Nupur Sharma case, said that she has the right to approach the Delhi High Court to quash all the cases registered against her. In fact, Nupur had filed a petition in the Supreme Court and demanded that the cases registered against her be clubbed and transferred across the country, and that she should be allowed to move to the Delhi High Court to quash all the FIRs registered against her. Can you The High Court has accepted all these demands.


There was a lot of strong condemnation earlier

The case pertains to the alleged controversial remarks made on the Prophet during a TV debate show on May 26. The bench also took note of the alleged death threats to Nupur Sharma following its July 1 order. The court in its July 1 order had refused to combine the FIRs lodged against Nupur in different parts of the country and strongly condemned her remarks. The bench had said, Nupur Sharma has 'set the whole country on fire with her 'unbridled tongue' and 'she alone is responsible for what is happening in the country.


'Nupur received death threats'

Senior advocate Maninder Singh, appearing for Nupur, said during the arguments that Nupur has received death threats after the Supreme Court's order of July 1 and it has come on record that a person from Pakistan has attacked her. Has travelled to India to attack. He said that some alleged extremists have been arrested in Patna recently, who is said to have been targeted by the petitioners. The bench asked Singh whether these incidents, which he was referring to, happened after the July 1 order. The senior advocate replied 'yes' to this.