Kuwait to permanently ban Indians who protested against the remarks over Prophet? Know here?

Amidst the widespread protest happening in the nation, many Muslim expats, residing in Kuwait, last Friday, protested against the remarks made by Nupur.
Kuwait to permanently ban Indians who protested against the remarks over Prophet? Know here?
Expats in huge numbers protest against the over Prophet in KuwaitImage Source: Twitter account of Arab TI

Nupur Sharma’s statement on Prophet Mohammad on May 27 in a tv debate led to the creation of a brawl all over the world. Many Muslim countries including the Gulf ones condemned the statement made by the former spokesperson of the party and even also demanded a public apology from the Government of India regarding the same.

Meanwhile, amidst the widespread protest happening in the nation, many Muslim expats, residing in Kuwait, last Friday, protested against the remarks made by Nupur. Kuwait Government, now reacting over the row has decided to arrest and deport protestors including Asians who hit the streets over the issue last Friday.

Kuwait's government in its latest instructions has announced to arrest expats who protested last Friday and deport them to their respective countries. The government further stated, 'all migrants here should respect the laws and should not take part in any kind of demonstrations'. Though it would be difficult to trace which protestors belonged to which nation but it is believed that it may include Indians besides Pakistani and Bangladesh nationals and other Arab expats. The protestors would be now banned permanently from re-entering Kuwait.

On June 10, after the Friday prayers, 40-50 migrants launched protests at Kuwait's Fahaheel area and raised slogans over the Prophet Mohammad row. Kuwait Government, angered over the incident decided to permanently cancel the visas of the alleged law violators and to send them to their respective deportation countries.

Why Indians must also be among the Deported?
Expatriates make up 75% of the total population of Kuwait, most of which are Indians(4.5lacs). India itself had been witnessing widespread protest within the nation, thus the protest held in Kuwait last Friday may also include Indians in large numbers.
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