Kuwait repatriates expatriates after protests over Prophet’s remarks

Newshub18:Kuwait repatriates expatriates after protests over Prophet’s remarks: report

According to reports, an arrest warrant has been issued for the expatriates for holding a procession in support of Hazrat Mohammad after Friday prayers. Kuwait has said that more than one expatriate will be deported for violating the rules.

Protests erupted over controversial remarks about Hazrat Mohammad. That is why the Kuwaiti government decided to arrest the expatriates and send them back to the country. The law of the country does not allow such protests. The news agency PTI quoted multiple reports.

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According to a PTI report, citing sources, Saudi Arabia’s daily newspaper Arab News reported that an arrest warrant had been issued for the expatriates for holding a procession in support of Hazrat Mohammad after Friday prayers. The government has said that under Kuwaiti law, expatriates cannot participate in such protests. More than one expatriate will be sent back to the country for violating that rule.

However, it was not disclosed how many expatriates will be sent back to the country. There is no clear answer as to which countries will be repatriated. According to the Kuwaiti newspaper R Rai, “the detectives are going to arrest them. They will be sent to specific centers for repatriation. They will be barred from entering Kuwait.
What happened?
Mohammad Zubair, the founder of an information-seeking website, recently tweeted a video of Nupur Sharma, a former BJP spokesperson. Nupur is alleged to have made controversial remarks at a conference on Gyanbapi Mosque. A heated debate ensued. Several quarters in West Asia are also vocal about that comment.

In that situation, the BJP suspended Nupur on Sunday. Another BJP spokesperson, Nabin Kumar Jindal, who was named in the case, was expelled. In that context, Anklet has apologized. Jindal explained his comment. Meanwhile, the Indian ambassador was summoned on behalf of Qatar. Later a country like Kuwait walks the same path. However, India has also made it clear that the controversial remarks made are not New Delhi’s positionMohammad Zubair, the founder of an information-seeking website, recently tweeted a video of Nupur Sharma, a former BJP spokesperson. Nupur is alleged to have made controversial remarks at a conference on Gyanbapi Mosque. A heated debate ensued. Several quarters in West Asia are also vocal about that comment.

In that situation, the BJP suspended Nupur. Another BJP spokesperson, Nabin Kumar Jindal, who was named in the case, was expelled. In that context, Anklet has apologized. Jindal explained his comment. Meanwhile, the Indian ambassador was summoned on behalf of Qatar. Later a country like Kuwait walks the same path. However, India has also made it clear that the controversial remarks made are not New Delhi’s position

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