The Gulf country Kuwait has once again taken a tough stand in the matter of the objectionable statement made by Nupur Sharma to the Prophet. Kuwait has issued an order to deport all the migrants protesting against the remarks made on the Prophet, that is, to deport them from Kuwait. All expats in Kuwait must respect Kuwait laws and not take part in any type of demonstrations, said the instructions.
Many Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslims in Kuwait were protesting against the objectionable remarks made on the Prophet. Because of this, the government of Kuwait has ordered to deport of such people from the country. Also, according to the order of the Kuwait Government, the visa of such people will also be canceled and their arrival in Kuwait will also be banned. The authorities are in the process of “arresting expats and referring them to the deportation center to be deported to their countries”, the report said quoting the Arab news agency. The expats will be banned from entering Kuwait again, it said.
According to the law of Kuwait, no expatriate in Kuwait can hold a sit-in or protest or any kind of demonstration of any kind. According to the news going on in Kuwaiti media, the police is busy in arresting the protesting people. Such people will be arrested and sent to their country. Along with this, their re-entry to Kuwait will also be banned. People involved in protests over the Pangbar dispute in Kuwait will never be able to enter Kuwait again. Along with this, Kuwait will also cancel the visas of such people.
Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi Muslims were among those who demonstrated in Kuwait in the matter of remarks on the Prophet. According to the news going on in the media, such people will be arrested and sent to their countries. Along with this, the visa of such people will also be cancelled. Let us tell you that in Kuwait and other Gulf countries, a large number of Muslims and people of other religions from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh go in search of livelihood.
Following backlash from the Gulf countries, the BJP swung into action and suspended Sharma and her colleague Naveen Jindal who too had made a controversial comment on Prophet Muhammed. Till Saturday, over 200 people in Uttar Pradesh and around 70 in West Bengal have been arrested in connection with the riots that have left the common people suffering due to the imposition of Section 144 and suspension on internet services.
In response to a media query regarding the statement issued by the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs on offensive tweets in India, the Spokesperson of the Embassy of India in Kuwait said, “Ambassador Sibi George had a meeting in the Foreign Office in which concerns were raised with regard to some offensive tweets by individuals in India.”
Strong action has already been taken against those who made derogatory remarks. A statement was also issued by concerned quarters emphasizing respect for all religions, denouncing insult to any religious personality or demeaning any religion or sect. Vested interests that are against India-Kuwait relations have been inciting the people using these derogatory comments.
“Ambassador conveyed that the tweets do not, in any manner, reflect the views of the Government of India. These are the views of fringe elements,” said the spokesperson. “In line with our civilizational heritage and strong cultural traditions of unity in diversity, the Government of India accords the highest respect to all religions,” added the spokesperson.
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