A bench, headed by Chief Justice U.U. Lalit told the petitioner's counsel that this may sound simple and innocuous, but it has far-reaching consequences.
According to an official release, the ATS has recovered chats with terrorists and information related to courses on explosives of Fida-e-Force.
A bench comprising justices Surya Kant and J.B. Pardiwala ordered clubbing of all the FIRs registered across the country against Sharma, which will be probed by the Delhi Police.
He further argued that the woman who made the statement is facing flak in multiple FIRs, and his client is also facing several FIRs. "She has five or six FIRs in Kolkata alone. First FIR came to be lodged in Delhi," said Rohatgi.
The bench noted that in her support, the petitioner in the miscellaneous application has stated that after July 1 order of this court, various incidents, like threats have been made by one by Salman Chishti claiming to be Khadim of Ajmer Dargah who has called upon to cut her throat, and another by a man from Uttar Pradesh, who made a viral video threatening to behead her.
In a video that went viral on social media, the accused could be heard saying that he would give his home and property to anyone who brings the head of Nupur Sharma to him.
Advocate C.R. Jaya Sukin, in a letter, said in a TV interview Justice Dhingra asserted that the top court has no right to make such remarks and the court imposed a charge and gave a verdict without listening to Sharma.
The Supreme Court had on July 1 come down heavily on Sharma for her controversial comments against Prophet Mohammad.
Congress legislative party leader Narasingha Mishra and deputy leader of the BJP Legislature Party Bishnu Charan Sethi had a face-off on the issue
The bench made it crystal clear to her lawyer, senior advocate Maninder Singh, that it is not keen on entertaining her plea.
This is the second time that Sharma has ignored the summons from the Kolkata police.
Sharma, who was supposed to be present at Narkeldanga Police station in Kolkata on Monday, emailed the request.
The report did not mention the nationalities of those expatriates who took part in the demonstration.
The official did not specify how much time Sharma has been granted.
Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil said police teams from four to five states were working together on the case.
A separate case was registered against Nupur Sharma and others.
The chilling threat issued by AQIS has alerted the security agencies in the country.
Asserting that the controversy had not impacted the NDA dispensation as Sharma was not a government functionary, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said ''good relations" would continue with the countries, even as Malaysia, Iraq and Libya joined over a dozen Muslim nations in condemning the comments by Sharma
In her Instagram Story, Ranaut also condemned death threats against Sharma and urged people to take the legal route if they wanted her to be held responsible for the comments
The former BJP spokesperson had lodged a complaint with the Delhi Police on May 27 alleging that she has been receiving death threats and target hatred against her.