Former BJP chief Naveen Kumar Jindal, who was expelled by the get together amid the row over his remarks on Prophet Muhammad, has mentioned that his household is in peril of being attacked by Islamic fundamentalists.
“I humbly request all to not share any details about me and my household with anybody. Regardless of my requests, many individuals are posting my residential tackle on social media. My household faces a menace from Islamic fundamentalists,” he tweeted in Hindi yesterday.
मेरा सभी से पुनः विनम्र निवेदन है कि मेरी और मेरे परिवार के सदस्यों की किसी भी प्रकार की जानकारी किसी से भी साझा ना करें। मेरे निवेदन करने पर भी कई लोगों मेरे निवास का पता सोशल मीडिया पर पोस्ट कर रहे है।
क्योंकि इस्लामिक कट्टरपंथियों से मेरे परिवार की जान को खतरा है।
— Naveen Kumar Jindal 🇮🇳 (@naveenjindalbjp) June 11, 2022
Jindal additionally shared screenshot a quantity from the place he claimed receiving threats and and urged Delhi Police to take motion.
Jindal was expelled by the BJP final week because the get together acted in opposition to him and nationwide spokesperson Nupur Sharma for his or her remarks on Prophet Muhammad that kicked up a wave of protest throughout the nation and overseas.
He has described himself as a “proud Hindu” and mentioned his main concern at this level is to make sure his household’s security.
The communication from Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta, asserting the motion in opposition to Jindal, mentioned his remarks vitiated communal concord and had been in violation of the get together’s elementary beliefs.
“Your main membership is straight away terminated and you’re expelled from the get together,” Mr Gupta acknowledged.
A former journalist, Jindal has courted controversy by his social media posts previously too.
A case was registered in opposition to him in Punjab for allegedly sharing a doctored video of AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal on his Twitter deal with.