“Now you are not a BJP councilor, but you are a Delhi councilor.”
The first of these two incidents took place in 2017 and the second in 2018 in Ramgarh, the constituency from which Gyandev was elected MLA and was ruled by the BJP.
Referring to the threats, Nopur Sharma had requested that the FIRs registered in his various areas be transferred to Delhi, but he later accepted the request.
Voting for India’s presidential election is expected to take place in July next year.
Police have also been charged with sticks in different parts of the country to disperse these protesters.
Protests in several cities in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh on June 10 turned violent, with about 400 people arrested.
The countries also summoned Indian ambassadors to protest against anti-Muslim remarks.