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Nupur Sharma should never apologise, says Dutch MP after SC remarks | Oneindia news *News

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Nupur Sharma should never apologise, says Dutch MP after SC remarks | Oneindia news *News

Nupur Sharma should never apologise, says Dutch MP after SC remarks | Oneindia news *News

Dutch MP Geert Wilders has once again come out in support of the expelled BJP leader Nupur Sharma after the Supreme Court's remarks on her.

Previously, Geert Wilders extended his support to Nupur Sharma and her comments on the Prophet when her comments met global outrage.

#GeertWilders #NupurSharma #SupremeCourt


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