Hate speech offender Yati Narsinghanand supports Nupur Sharma’s derogatory statement

New Delhi, June 07 (KMS): Hindutva leader, Yati Narsinghanand who gave hate speeches at Dharam Sansad in Haridwar city of the Indian state of Uttarakhand and was also arrested for the same has now shown support to BJP leader Nupur Sharma, who made controversial remarks about Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).

Dasna temple priest Yati Narsinghanad in a video message said that Nupur Sharma did nothing wrong when she made controversial remarks on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Meanwhile, the Ghaziabad sub-district magistrate issued a notice to Yati Narsinghanand on Tuesday, 7 June, for his statement.

In a statement, Narsinghanand had said, “Whoever fights for Sanatan (it refers to the “eternal” truth and teachings of Hinduism) and jihad of Islam, they are my family. That’s why I consider Nupur (Sharma) my daughter.”

Addressing Sharma, he said, You have done a great job.

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