Nupur Sharma: Vivek Agnihotri got angry after seeing the photo of the hanging of Nupur Sharma’s effigy, said – this is not Iraq, Iran or Syria

Film director Vivek Agnihotri

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Demonstrations are going on from across the country against BJP leader Nupur Sharma. Now the famous director Vivek Agnihotri of “The Kashmir Files” fame has raised his voice against the protesters who are protesting against him.

BJP leader Nupur Sharma After the alleged controversial statement made by Nupur Sharma on Prophet Mohammad, many types of procedures are being seen from the public side. Some people are protesting against him and some people are coming forward to support him. Among the protests that are taking place across the country against Nupur Sharma, during the protests in Karnataka, such a scene was seen, which everyone was stunned to see. In Karnataka, protesters hanged Nupur Sharma’s effigy.

See Vivek Agnihotri’s tweet here

Vivek Agnihotri demanded action

Photos of this incident in Karnataka are becoming very viral on social media. Director of “The Kashmir Files” Vivek Agnihotri (Vivek Agnihotri) has also raised some sharp questions on the intentions of the protesters, while sharing this photo. In his tweet, he compared such performance to the Khilafat Moment. Regarding this whole matter, Vivek Agnihotri has made two tweets demanding immediate action against such protesters.

Know what Vivek Agnihotri has to say

Posting the photo of this incident in his first tweet, Vivek Agnihotri writes that “Sorry guys, but this (the place shown in the photo) is neither Iran nor Iraq nor Syria. This is today’s India. This effigy has been hung on this day, if those who do such acts are not punished immediately, then there will come a time in the country when people will actually be seen hanging like this. Seeing this incident, it seems that the Khilafat movement is still alive today.

compared to the caliphate

In his second tweet, Vivek writes that my dear educated Muslim brothers, now it is your turn to raise your voice against Khilafat 2. Time has come to stand against this type of terrorism. You cannot just complain about peace, harmony and unity. Now you have to raise your voice against such incidents, shame on those who remain silent like this. After the suspension of Nupur Sharma, director Vivek Agnihotri had supported him and said that ‘India has turned against India today’.