After receiving threats, Naveen Jindal asks everyone not to share his address online

On June 5, Naveen Kumar Jindal urged everyone on social media not to make his address public as he was receiving death threats on social media. The tweet came after he was suspended from the Bharatiya Janata Party and his suspension letter was shared on social media. In a tweet, Jindal said, “I have a special request for everyone, please do not make my address public. I continuously receive death threats for my family and myself on social media. He also tagged Delhi Police and Delhi LG in his tweet.

Reporters from news agency ANI and news house NDTV had published suspension letters from BJP’s Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal which included their addresses. Although ANI deleted the tweet, the addresses were already public. As a responsible portal, we do not post any tweets or suspension letters. Sharma also made a similar request on social media.

Previously, the BJP suspended Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar Jindal from senior party members. The suspension came after the BJP issued a press release in which it said the party respects all religions and denounces derogatory remarks made against any religious figure.

In the suspension letter, it was mentioned that Jindal had posted opinions that could have caused community discord. He was expelled from the party because his views were not in line with those of the party.

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