Controversial writer Shikha Sharma arrested for insulting martyrs

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Guwahati, 06 April: There is a huge outrage across the state against controversial writer Shikha Sharma, who insulted the brave martyrs by posting statements like ‘Salaried people die on duty, not martyrs’.

Shikha Sharma has finally been detained for such a post. Shikha Sharma has been taken from Dispur police station to Panbazar Mahila police station on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Dispur police had called the controversial writer to the police station on Tuesday for questioning about this controversial post.

Significantly, an FIR was lodged against Shikha Sharma by Disha police station advocate Umi Deka Baruva of Gauhati High Court last night.

Shikha Sharma reached the police station at three o’clock on Tuesday afternoon. Dispur police officer has said that Shikha Sharma was questioned by the police for a long time. It is worth noting that the famous writer Shikha Sharma also did not desist from insulting the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the safety of the country.

The people of the country and the state are heartbroken by the incident of the death of 24 cobra soldiers of CRPF in the deadly Maoist attack in Chhattisgarh, at a time when the controversial writer Shikha Sharma has hurt the sentiments of people by posting a controversial article on Facebook.

It is to be known that two brave soldiers of Assam, Bablu Rabha and Dilip Kumar Das, along with a brave soldier named Shambhu Roy of Tripura have been martyred in the Chhattisgarh attack. The mortal remains of the three jawans were taken to their ancestral village, where their last rites were performed.

After this post by Shikha Sharma, people are strongly criticizing the writer. Condemning Shikha Sharma on Facebook, calling it a distorted mentality and asked where she got the grief of insulting the martyr. People have demanded strict legal action against Shikha Sharma.

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