Lookout notice has been issued against the suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma in the controversial remark case. Kolkata Police had called her for appearance four times, but could not reach, after which this action was taken against her.
Case registered against Nupur Sharma in two police stations of Bengal
A case has been registered in different police stations of West Bengal for the controversial statement. A case has been registered against him at Amherst Street and Narkeldanga police stations, after which the police issued summons to Nupur Sharma. But the suspended BJP leader could not reach. After which Kolkata Police took this step.
what the officials told
After Nupur Sharma's remarks, there were violent protests in many parts of West Bengal. The official said Sharma failed to appear on summons issued by the officers of Amherst Street and Narkeldanga police stations. The lookout notice was issued against Nupur Sharma today after she failed to appear before our officers despite issuing summons several times, the police officer said. He told that summons were issued to Sharma twice by both the police stations.
Nupur Sharma told the reason for not appearing
Summons were issued against Nupur Sharma after a case was registered in both the police stations last month. Sharma had feared an attack on him during his visit to Kolkata and sought four weeks' time to appear before the police officials.
Protests across the country after Nupur Sharma's controversial statement
After the controversial statement of Nupur Sharma, protests have increased across the country. Violence also took place in Jharkhand, Bihar, Maharashtra, West Bengal. Here, BJP took action against Nupur Sharma and suspended her from the party for making controversial statements.