Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) has threatened to carry out “suicide attacks” in Delhi, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat in retaliation for the insult to the Prophet Mohammed.
“In Delhi, Bombay, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat, the saffron terrorists must now await their fate. Neither their residences nor their reinforced army cantonments should be a safe haven for them “The AQIS issued a threat letter.
It said that the “hearts of Muslims all around the world are bleeding” and that they are filled with vengeance and retribution feelings.
Nupur Sharma, a former spokesperson for the Bharatiya Janata Party, was suspended from the party for making inflammatory remarks against Prophet Mohammed.
Nupur Sharma’s outrageous statement sparked outrage around the world. Several Muslim countries, including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Indonesia, and Iran, as well as the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, have officially complained and sought an apology for their words.
The terrifying warning issued by AQIS, on the other hand, has alerted the country’s security officials.
The message also mentions Ghazwa-e-Hind, or the Battle for India, in which Muslims were supposed to have triumphed.
The letter continued, “At the same time, we send tales of death and destruction to the kings of India, of executions and hangings, of imprisonment and being tied with chains.”
Meanwhile, the Delhi Police have offered security to suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma, who has received death threats as a result of her contentious remarks.
On May 27, she filed a case with the Delhi Police, stating that she had been the target of death threats and targeted hatred.
An FIR was filed against unnamed people at the Special Cell police station under sections 506 (Punishment for criminal intimidation), 507 (Criminal intimidation by anonymous communication), and 509 (Word, gesture, or act designed to offend the modesty of a woman) of the Indian Penal Code.
During the investigation, Sharma, however, filed a new complaint alleging that certain individuals were encouraging animosity.
“Section 153 (Promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, etc., and doing acts prejudicial to the maintenance of harmony) of the IPC was added in this case after an examination of the said complaint,” said Delhi Police spokesperson Suman Nalwa.